2017-05-23 115625 WTA 5DM4 : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Michigan, USA, United States 2017-05-22 115304 WTA 5DM4 : ApMadoc, B&W, Beach, Black & White, Black and White, Clouds, Great Lakes, Lake Michigan, Michigan, Oval Beach, Sand, Saugatuck, USA, United States, Waves 2017-04-30 114714 WTA 5DM4  Hocking Hills Ohio State Park - Cedar Falls : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Cedar Falls, Hocking Hills, Hocking Hills State Park, Logan, Monochrome, Ohio, State Park, USA, United States, Waterfall 2017-04-30 114627 WTA 5DM4  Hocking Hills Ohio State Park - Lower Falls : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Hocking Hills, Hocking Hills State Park, Logan, Lower Falls, Monochrome, Ohio, State Park, USA, United States, Waterfall 2017-04-30 114639 WTA 5DM4  Hocking Hills Ohio State Park - Lower Falls : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Hocking Hills, Hocking Hills State Park, Logan, Lower Falls, Monochrome, Ohio, State Park, USA, United States, Waterfall
2017-04-30 114572 WTA 5DM4  Hocking Hills Ohio State Park - Lower Falls : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Hocking Hills, Hocking Hills State Park, Logan, Lower Falls, Monochrome, Ohio, State Park, USA, United States, Waterfall 2017-04-30 114506 WTA 5DM4  Hocking Hills Ohio State Park : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Hocking Hills, Hocking Hills State Park, Logan, Monochrome, Ohio, Rays, State Park, USA, United States 2017-04-30 114263 WTA 5DM4  Hocking Hills Ohio State Park : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Hocking Hills, Hocking Hills State Park, Logan, Monochrome, Ohio, Rays, State Park, USA, United States 2017-04-30 114382 WTA 5DM4  Hocking Hills Ohio State Park : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Hocking Hills, Hocking Hills State Park, Logan, Ohio, Rays, State Park, USA, United States 2017-04-29 20442 WTA 5DM4  Hocking Hills Ohio State Park : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Hocking Hills, Hocking Hills State Park, Logan, Monochrome, Ohio, State Park, USA, United States
2017-04-29 18080 WTA 5DM4  Hocking Hills Ohio State Park - Devil's Bathtub : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Devils Bathtub, Hocking Hills, Hocking Hills State Park, Logan, Monochrome, Ohio, State Park, USA, United States, Waterfall 2017-04-29 18020 WTA 5DM4  Hocking Hills Ohio State Park - Upper Falls : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Hocking Hills, Hocking Hills State Park, Logan, Monochrome, Ohio, State Park, USA, United States, Upper Falls, Waterfall 2017-04-29 17721 WTA 5DM4  Hocking Hills Ohio State Park - Ash Cave : ApMadoc, Ash Cave, B&W, Black & White, Fern, Hocking Hills, Hocking Hills State Park, Logan, Monochrome, Ohio, State Park, USA, United States 2017-04-28 14657 WTA 5DM4  Hocking Hills Ohio State Park : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Hocking Hills, Hocking Hills State Park, Logan, Monochrome, Ohio, State Park, USA, United States 2017-04-28 14624 WTA 5DM4 HDR  Hocking Hills Ohio State Park - Rock House : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Hocking Hills, Hocking Hills State Park, Logan, Monochrome, Ohio, Rock House, State Park, USA, United States
2017-04-28 14464 WTA 5DM4  Hocking Hills Ohio State Park - Rock House : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Hocking Hills, Hocking Hills State Park, Logan, Monochrome, Ohio, Rock House, State Park, USA, United States 2017-04-28 14581 WTA 5DM4 HDR  Hocking Hills Ohio State Park - Rock House : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Hocking Hills, Hocking Hills State Park, Logan, Monochrome, Ohio, Rock House, State Park, USA, United States 2017-01-28 104199 WTA 5DM4 : ApMadoc, B&W, Back Roads, Backroads, Black & White, Farm, Farm Implement, Michigan, Monochrome, Overcast, Rural, USA, United States 2017-01-28 104179 WTA 5DM4 : ApMadoc, B&W, Back Roads, Backroads, Black & White, Building, Farm, Farm Building, Michigan, Monochrome, Overcast, Rural, Stone, Stone Building, USA, United States 2017-01-28 104088 WTA 5DM4 : ApMadoc, B&W, Back Roads, Backroads, Black & White, Farm, Farm Building, Michigan, Monochrome, Overcast, Rural, Stone, Stone Fence, USA, United States
2017-01-28 104169 WTA 5DM4 : ApMadoc, B&W, Back Roads, Backroads, Black & White, Farm, Farm Building, Michigan, Monochrome, Overcast, Rural, USA, United States 2017-01-28 104020 WTA 5DM4 : ApMadoc, B&W, Back Roads, Backroads, Black & White, Farm, Farm Building, Michigan, Monochrome, Overcast, Rural, USA, United States 2017-01-28 103957 WTA 5DM4 : ApMadoc, B&W, Back Roads, Backroads, Black & White, Farm, Farm Building, Michigan, Monochrome, Overcast, Rural, USA, United States 2017-01-28 103984 WTA 5DM4 : ApMadoc, B&W, Back Roads, Backroads, Black & White, Farm, Farm Building, Michigan, Monochrome, Overcast, Rural, USA, United States 2017-01-01 102808 WTA 5DM4  Beach - Muskegon Beach : ApMadoc, B&W, Beach, Black & White, Black and White, Michigan, Monochrome, Muskegon, Sand, USA, United States
2017-01-01 102759 WTA 5DM4  Beach - Muskegon Beach : ApMadoc, B&W, Beach, Black & White, Black and White, Michigan, Monochrome, Muskegon, Sand, USA, United States 2017-01-01 102738 WTA 5DM4  Beach - Muskegon Beach : ApMadoc, B&W, Beach, Black & White, Black and White, Michigan, Monochrome, Muskegon, Sand, USA, United States 2017-01-01 102717 WTA 5DM4  Beach - Muskegon Beach : ApMadoc, B&W, Beach, Black & White, Black and White, Michigan, Monochrome, Muskegon, Sand, USA, United States 2017-01-01 102696 WTA 5DM4  Beach - Muskegon Beach : ApMadoc, B&W, Beach, Black & White, Black and White, Michigan, Monochrome, Muskegon, Sand, USA, United States 2017-01-01 102647 WTA 5DM4  Beach - Muskegon Beach : ApMadoc, B&W, Beach, Black & White, Black and White, Michigan, Monochrome, Muskegon, Sand, USA, United States
2017-01-01 102640 WTA 5DM4  Beach - Muskegon Beach : ApMadoc, B&W, Beach, Black & White, Black and White, Michigan, Monochrome, Muskegon, Sand, USA, United States 2017-01-01 102486 WTA 5DM4  Beach - Muskegon Beach : ApMadoc, B&W, Beach, Black & White, Black and White, Michigan, Monochrome, Muskegon, Sand, USA, United States 2017-01-01 102472 WTA 5DM4  Beach - Muskegon Beach : ApMadoc, B&W, Beach, Black & White, Black and White, Michigan, Monochrome, Muskegon, Sand, USA, United States 2016-03-18 89948 WTA 5DSR - pano - 6 images  Detroit Skyline Panorama - original is 15168 x 5553 : ApMadoc, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cityscape, Detroit, Detroit Skyline, Michigan, Monochrome, Night, Night Shot, North America, Pano, Panorama, Skyline, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban 2017-01-01 102458 WTA 5DM4  Beach - Muskegon Beach : ApMadoc, B&W, Beach, Black & White, Black and White, Michigan, Minimalist, Monochrome, Muskegon, Sand, USA, United States
2016-08-14 98568 WTA 5DSR : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Detroit, Detroit River, Michigan, North America, State Park, USA, United States, United States of America, Wayne County 2016-03-27 92861 WTA 5DSR  Harry B. Hutchins Intermediate School, located on the north side of Detroit, was part of a new wave of education in the city when it opened in 1922.    Despite the strong academic performance of the school, enrollment continued to decline. In 2007, the Hutchins program and its 372 students were moved to the newer McMichael School on McGraw and 16th Streets, about 20 blocks southwest. Many parents decided to switch schools rather than have their children walking such a long distance through dilapidated neighborhoods. The Hutchins building became the new home for the Crosman Alternative School, which moved out of their old building a few blocks away. The program started out with 309 students in 2007, but had fallen to 229 students by 2009. Crosman at Hutchins closed that year. Two years later in 2011, the once successful Hutchins at McMichael program closed as well.  Scrappers found their way into the building in the summer of 2013, and within a few months had stripped it clean of most of its metal. : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, Abandoned School Building, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Creepy, DPS, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Hutchins Intermediate, Hutchins Intermediate / Crosman Alternative School, Michigan, North America, Public Schools, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-03-27 92800 WTA 5DSR  Harry B. Hutchins Intermediate School, located on the north side of Detroit, was part of a new wave of education in the city when it opened in 1922.    Despite the strong academic performance of the school, enrollment continued to decline. In 2007, the Hutchins program and its 372 students were moved to the newer McMichael School on McGraw and 16th Streets, about 20 blocks southwest. Many parents decided to switch schools rather than have their children walking such a long distance through dilapidated neighborhoods. The Hutchins building became the new home for the Crosman Alternative School, which moved out of their old building a few blocks away. The program started out with 309 students in 2007, but had fallen to 229 students by 2009. Crosman at Hutchins closed that year. Two years later in 2011, the once successful Hutchins at McMichael program closed as well.  Scrappers found their way into the building in the summer of 2013, and within a few months had stripped it clean of most of its metal. : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, Abandoned School Building, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Creepy, DPS, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Hutchins Intermediate, Hutchins Intermediate / Crosman Alternative School, Michigan, Minimalist, North America, Public Schools, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-10-08 55327 WTA 5DM3 HDR : 2014 Fall Color Trip, ApMadoc, Architectural Details, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, HDR, Manitouc, Manitouc County Courthouse, Monochrome, USA, United States, Wisconsin 2014-09-19 50940 WTA 5DM3 HDR  Max M. Fisher Music Center / Orchestra Hall, Dertroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Architectural Details, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Concert Hall, DSO, Detroit, Detroit Orchestra Hall, Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Fisher Music Center, HDR, Max Fisher Music Center, Max M. Fisher Music Center, Michigan, Monochrome, Orchestra Hall, USA, United States
2014-06-24 20306 WTA 5DM3 HDR  Harry B. Hutchins Intermediate School, located on the north side of Detroit, was part of a new wave of education in the city when it opened in 1922.    Despite the strong academic performance of the school, enrollment continued to decline. In 2007, the Hutchins program and its 372 students were moved to the newer McMichael School on McGraw and 16th Streets, about 20 blocks southwest. Many parents decided to switch schools rather than have their children walking such a long distance through dilapidated neighborhoods. The Hutchins building became the new home for the Crosman Alternative School, which moved out of their old building a few blocks away. The program started out with 309 students in 2007, but had fallen to 229 students by 2009. Crosman at Hutchins closed that year. Two years later in 2011, the once successful Hutchins at McMichael program closed as well.  Scrappers found their way into the building in the summer of 2013, and within a few months had stripped it clean of most of its metal. : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, Abandoned School Building, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Brady Elementary School, Decay, Detroit, Detroit Schools, HDR, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-06-24 20229 WTA 5DM3 HDR  Harry B. Hutchins Intermediate School, located on the north side of Detroit, was part of a new wave of education in the city when it opened in 1922.    Despite the strong academic performance of the school, enrollment continued to decline. In 2007, the Hutchins program and its 372 students were moved to the newer McMichael School on McGraw and 16th Streets, about 20 blocks southwest. Many parents decided to switch schools rather than have their children walking such a long distance through dilapidated neighborhoods. The Hutchins building became the new home for the Crosman Alternative School, which moved out of their old building a few blocks away. The program started out with 309 students in 2007, but had fallen to 229 students by 2009. Crosman at Hutchins closed that year. Two years later in 2011, the once successful Hutchins at McMichael program closed as well.  Scrappers found their way into the building in the summer of 2013, and within a few months had stripped it clean of most of its metal. : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, Abandoned School Building, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Brady Elementary School, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Detroit Schools, HDR, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-06-24 20165 WTA 5DM3  Harry B. Hutchins Intermediate School, located on the north side of Detroit, was part of a new wave of education in the city when it opened in 1922.    Despite the strong academic performance of the school, enrollment continued to decline. In 2007, the Hutchins program and its 372 students were moved to the newer McMichael School on McGraw and 16th Streets, about 20 blocks southwest. Many parents decided to switch schools rather than have their children walking such a long distance through dilapidated neighborhoods. The Hutchins building became the new home for the Crosman Alternative School, which moved out of their old building a few blocks away. The program started out with 309 students in 2007, but had fallen to 229 students by 2009. Crosman at Hutchins closed that year. Two years later in 2011, the once successful Hutchins at McMichael program closed as well.  Scrappers found their way into the building in the summer of 2013, and within a few months had stripped it clean of most of its metal. : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, Abandoned School Building, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Brady Elementary School, Decay, Detroit, Detroit Schools, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2013 09 08-WTA-5DM3-1454 : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, England, London, Monochrome, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, United Kingdom 2014-06-24 20120 WTA 5DM3  Harry B. Hutchins Intermediate School, located on the north side of Detroit, was part of a new wave of education in the city when it opened in 1922.    Despite the strong academic performance of the school, enrollment continued to decline. In 2007, the Hutchins program and its 372 students were moved to the newer McMichael School on McGraw and 16th Streets, about 20 blocks southwest. Many parents decided to switch schools rather than have their children walking such a long distance through dilapidated neighborhoods. The Hutchins building became the new home for the Crosman Alternative School, which moved out of their old building a few blocks away. The program started out with 309 students in 2007, but had fallen to 229 students by 2009. Crosman at Hutchins closed that year. Two years later in 2011, the once successful Hutchins at McMichael program closed as well.  Scrappers found their way into the building in the summer of 2013, and within a few months had stripped it clean of most of its metal. : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, Abandoned School Building, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Brady Elementary School, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Detroit Schools, Michigan, Monochrome, Shadow, URBEX, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2013 09 08-WTA-5DM3-1384 : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, England, London, Monochrome, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, United Kingdom 2013 09 08-WTA-5DM3-1301-Edit : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, England, London, Monochrome, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, United Kingdom 2013 09 08-WTA-5DM3-1301 : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, England, London, Monochrome, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, UK, United Kingdom 2013 09 07-WTA-5DM3-0592 : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, England, London, London Eye, Monochrome, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, River Thames, United Kingdom IMG 5957-Edit-2  Ghent Belgium : ApMadoc, Architecture, B&W, Belgium, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Canal, Europe, Gallery, Ghent, Ghent Belgium, Monochrome, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, River
2017-04-04 108740 WTA 5DM4  The Bethel Community Transformation Center (BCTC)) is a coalition of local clergy, community leaders, visionaries and builders joining forces to weave together the past and the future at BETHEL: a modern performing arts center, worship space, and community center all under one (big) roof. More information at : http://Bctcdetroit.org : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Detroit, Historic House of Worship, Michigan, Monochrome, Synagogue, Temple Beth El, USA, United States 2017-02-26 105877 WTA 5DM4 : ApMadoc, Architectural Details, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Church, Fenton, Genesee County, Michigan, Monochrome, Steeple, USA, United States 2017-02-26 105863 WTA 5DM4 : ApMadoc, B&W, Barn, Black & White, Genesee County, Michigan, Monochrome, Rural, Rural Decay, USA, United States 2017-02-19 105482 WTA 5DM4 HDR  City Hall Artspace Lofts, Dearborn Michigan : ApMadoc, Architectural Details, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, City Hall Artspace Lofts, Dearborn, Michigan, Monochrome, Spiral Stairs, Stairs, USA, United States, Wayne County 2017-02-19 105440 WTA 5DM4 HDR  City Hall Artspace Lofts, Dearborn Michigan : ApMadoc, Architectural Details, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, City Hall Artspace Lofts, Dearborn, Michigan, Monochrome, Spiral Stairs, Stairs, USA, United States, Wayne County
2017-02-19 105422 WTA 5DM4  City Hall Artspace Lofts, Dearborn Michigan : ApMadoc, Architectural Details, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, City Hall Artspace Lofts, Dearborn, Michigan, Minimalist, Monochrome, Spiral Stairs, Stairs, USA, United States, Wayne County 2017-02-19 105347 WTA 5DM4  In 1963, to commemorate the centennial anniversary of the birth of Henry Ford, the Ford Foundation donated three million dollars to the City of Dearborn to construct a memorial library. On July 30, 1963, Ford's hundredth birthday, the Ford Motor Company deeded 15.3 acres (6.2 ha) of land to the City of Dearborn for the building. The library was formally dedicated November 25, 1969.  Henry Ford Centennial Library's original floorplan designs included large meeting rooms along the first floor; a sizable Children's section, detailed public card catalogue, an adult reading room (now a conference room where the Ford Collection of books is currently kept), open periodical stacks for active issues of magazines and closed periodical stacks where back issues could be kept, record listening booths, adult fiction and nonfiction sections, and typewriters spread along the second floor; and a closed book stack and the Audio-Visual department, where 8mm and 16mm film reels and other materials were kept in staff-accessible archives, were located on the third floor, where the Mezzanine and study rooms are located now. : ApMadoc, Architectural Details, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Dearborn, Ford Centennial Library, Michigan, Monochrome, Spiral Stairs, Stairs, USA, United States, Wayne County 2017-02-19 105434 WTA 5DM4 HDR  City Hall Artspace Lofts, Dearborn Michigan : ApMadoc, Architectural Details, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, City Hall Artspace Lofts, Dearborn, Michigan, Monochrome, Spiral Stairs, Stairs, USA, United States, Wayne County 2017-02-19 105333 WTA 5DM4  In 1963, to commemorate the centennial anniversary of the birth of Henry Ford, the Ford Foundation donated three million dollars to the City of Dearborn to construct a memorial library. On July 30, 1963, Ford's hundredth birthday, the Ford Motor Company deeded 15.3 acres (6.2 ha) of land to the City of Dearborn for the building. The library was formally dedicated November 25, 1969.  Henry Ford Centennial Library's original floorplan designs included large meeting rooms along the first floor; a sizable Children's section, detailed public card catalogue, an adult reading room (now a conference room where the Ford Collection of books is currently kept), open periodical stacks for active issues of magazines and closed periodical stacks where back issues could be kept, record listening booths, adult fiction and nonfiction sections, and typewriters spread along the second floor; and a closed book stack and the Audio-Visual department, where 8mm and 16mm film reels and other materials were kept in staff-accessible archives, were located on the third floor, where the Mezzanine and study rooms are located now. : ApMadoc, Architectural Details, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Dearborn, Ford Centennial Library, Michigan, Monochrome, Spiral Stairs, Stairs, USA, United States, Wayne County 2017-02-19 105288 WTA 5DM4 HDR  In 1963, to commemorate the centennial anniversary of the birth of Henry Ford, the Ford Foundation donated three million dollars to the City of Dearborn to construct a memorial library. On July 30, 1963, Ford's hundredth birthday, the Ford Motor Company deeded 15.3 acres (6.2 ha) of land to the City of Dearborn for the building. The library was formally dedicated November 25, 1969.  Henry Ford Centennial Library's original floorplan designs included large meeting rooms along the first floor; a sizable Children's section, detailed public card catalogue, an adult reading room (now a conference room where the Ford Collection of books is currently kept), open periodical stacks for active issues of magazines and closed periodical stacks where back issues could be kept, record listening booths, adult fiction and nonfiction sections, and typewriters spread along the second floor; and a closed book stack and the Audio-Visual department, where 8mm and 16mm film reels and other materials were kept in staff-accessible archives, were located on the third floor, where the Mezzanine and study rooms are located now. : ApMadoc, Architectural Details, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Dearborn, Ford Centennial Library, Michigan, Monochrome, Spiral Stairs, Stairs, USA, United States, Wayne County
2017-01-22 103834 WTA 5DM4  Fog : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Detroit, Fog, Michigan, Monochrome, Penobscot Building, USA, United States, Wayne County, Weather 2017-01-22 103862 WTA 5DM4  Fog : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Detroit, Fog, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States, Wayne County, Weather 2017-01-22 103828 WTA 5DM4  Fog : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Detroit, Fog, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States, Wayne County, Weather 2017-01-22 103759 WTA 5DM4  Belle Isle, officially Belle Isle Park, is a 982-acre (1.534 sq mi; 397 ha) island park in the Detroit River, between the United States mainland and Canada. Owned by the City of Detroit, it is managed as a state park by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources through a 30-year lease initiated in 2013. Belle Isle is the largest city-owned island park in the United States and is the third largest island in the Detroit River after Grosse Ile and Fighting Island. It is connected to mainland Detroit by the MacArthur Bridge.  The island is home to the Belle Isle Aquarium, the Belle Isle Conservatory, the Belle Isle Nature Zoo, the Detroit Yacht Club on an adjacent island, the James Scott Memorial Fountain, the Dossin Great Lakes Museum, a Coast Guard station, a municipal golf course and numerous monuments. It also previously housed a Nature Center where visitors were able to traverse wooded trails and view wildlife natural habitats, a former Belle Isle Zoo, riding stables and the Detroit Boat Club. The island includes a half-mile (800 m) swimming beach. : ApMadoc, B&W, Belle Isle, Black & White, Black and White, Detroit, Fog, McArthur Bridge, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States, Wayne County, Weather 2017-01-22 103789 WTA 5DM4  Belle Isle, officially Belle Isle Park, is a 982-acre (1.534 sq mi; 397 ha) island park in the Detroit River, between the United States mainland and Canada. Owned by the City of Detroit, it is managed as a state park by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources through a 30-year lease initiated in 2013. Belle Isle is the largest city-owned island park in the United States and is the third largest island in the Detroit River after Grosse Ile and Fighting Island. It is connected to mainland Detroit by the MacArthur Bridge.  The island is home to the Belle Isle Aquarium, the Belle Isle Conservatory, the Belle Isle Nature Zoo, the Detroit Yacht Club on an adjacent island, the James Scott Memorial Fountain, the Dossin Great Lakes Museum, a Coast Guard station, a municipal golf course and numerous monuments. It also previously housed a Nature Center where visitors were able to traverse wooded trails and view wildlife natural habitats, a former Belle Isle Zoo, riding stables and the Detroit Boat Club. The island includes a half-mile (800 m) swimming beach. : ApMadoc, B&W, Belle Isle, Black & White, Black and White, Detroit, Detroit Boat Club, Fog, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States, Wayne County, Weather
2017-01-22 103669 WTA 5DM4  Belle Isle, officially Belle Isle Park, is a 982-acre (1.534 sq mi; 397 ha) island park in the Detroit River, between the United States mainland and Canada. Owned by the City of Detroit, it is managed as a state park by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources through a 30-year lease initiated in 2013. Belle Isle is the largest city-owned island park in the United States and is the third largest island in the Detroit River after Grosse Ile and Fighting Island. It is connected to mainland Detroit by the MacArthur Bridge.  The island is home to the Belle Isle Aquarium, the Belle Isle Conservatory, the Belle Isle Nature Zoo, the Detroit Yacht Club on an adjacent island, the James Scott Memorial Fountain, the Dossin Great Lakes Museum, a Coast Guard station, a municipal golf course and numerous monuments. It also previously housed a Nature Center where visitors were able to traverse wooded trails and view wildlife natural habitats, a former Belle Isle Zoo, riding stables and the Detroit Boat Club. The island includes a half-mile (800 m) swimming beach. : ApMadoc, B&W, Belle Isle, Black & White, Black and White, Detroit, Fog, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States, Wayne County, Weather 2017-01-22 103648 WTA 5DM4  Belle Isle, officially Belle Isle Park, is a 982-acre (1.534 sq mi; 397 ha) island park in the Detroit River, between the United States mainland and Canada. Owned by the City of Detroit, it is managed as a state park by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources through a 30-year lease initiated in 2013. Belle Isle is the largest city-owned island park in the United States and is the third largest island in the Detroit River after Grosse Ile and Fighting Island. It is connected to mainland Detroit by the MacArthur Bridge.  The island is home to the Belle Isle Aquarium, the Belle Isle Conservatory, the Belle Isle Nature Zoo, the Detroit Yacht Club on an adjacent island, the James Scott Memorial Fountain, the Dossin Great Lakes Museum, a Coast Guard station, a municipal golf course and numerous monuments. It also previously housed a Nature Center where visitors were able to traverse wooded trails and view wildlife natural habitats, a former Belle Isle Zoo, riding stables and the Detroit Boat Club. The island includes a half-mile (800 m) swimming beach. : ApMadoc, B&W, Belle Isle, Black & White, Black and White, Detroit, Fog, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States, Wayne County, Weather 2017-01-22 103627 WTA 5DM4  Belle Isle, officially Belle Isle Park, is a 982-acre (1.534 sq mi; 397 ha) island park in the Detroit River, between the United States mainland and Canada. Owned by the City of Detroit, it is managed as a state park by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources through a 30-year lease initiated in 2013. Belle Isle is the largest city-owned island park in the United States and is the third largest island in the Detroit River after Grosse Ile and Fighting Island. It is connected to mainland Detroit by the MacArthur Bridge.  The island is home to the Belle Isle Aquarium, the Belle Isle Conservatory, the Belle Isle Nature Zoo, the Detroit Yacht Club on an adjacent island, the James Scott Memorial Fountain, the Dossin Great Lakes Museum, a Coast Guard station, a municipal golf course and numerous monuments. It also previously housed a Nature Center where visitors were able to traverse wooded trails and view wildlife natural habitats, a former Belle Isle Zoo, riding stables and the Detroit Boat Club. The island includes a half-mile (800 m) swimming beach. : Anna Scripps Whitcomb Conservatory, ApMadoc, B&W, Belle Isle, Black & White, Black and White, Detroit, Fog, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States, Wayne County, Weather 2017-01-22 103621 WTA 5DM4  Belle Isle, officially Belle Isle Park, is a 982-acre (1.534 sq mi; 397 ha) island park in the Detroit River, between the United States mainland and Canada. Owned by the City of Detroit, it is managed as a state park by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources through a 30-year lease initiated in 2013. Belle Isle is the largest city-owned island park in the United States and is the third largest island in the Detroit River after Grosse Ile and Fighting Island. It is connected to mainland Detroit by the MacArthur Bridge.  The island is home to the Belle Isle Aquarium, the Belle Isle Conservatory, the Belle Isle Nature Zoo, the Detroit Yacht Club on an adjacent island, the James Scott Memorial Fountain, the Dossin Great Lakes Museum, a Coast Guard station, a municipal golf course and numerous monuments. It also previously housed a Nature Center where visitors were able to traverse wooded trails and view wildlife natural habitats, a former Belle Isle Zoo, riding stables and the Detroit Boat Club. The island includes a half-mile (800 m) swimming beach. : ApMadoc, B&W, Belle Isle, Black & White, Black and White, Detroit, Fog, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States, Wayne County, Weather 2017-01-22 103546 WTA 5DM4  Belle Isle, officially Belle Isle Park, is a 982-acre (1.534 sq mi; 397 ha) island park in the Detroit River, between the United States mainland and Canada. Owned by the City of Detroit, it is managed as a state park by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources through a 30-year lease initiated in 2013. Belle Isle is the largest city-owned island park in the United States and is the third largest island in the Detroit River after Grosse Ile and Fighting Island. It is connected to mainland Detroit by the MacArthur Bridge.  The island is home to the Belle Isle Aquarium, the Belle Isle Conservatory, the Belle Isle Nature Zoo, the Detroit Yacht Club on an adjacent island, the James Scott Memorial Fountain, the Dossin Great Lakes Museum, a Coast Guard station, a municipal golf course and numerous monuments. It also previously housed a Nature Center where visitors were able to traverse wooded trails and view wildlife natural habitats, a former Belle Isle Zoo, riding stables and the Detroit Boat Club. The island includes a half-mile (800 m) swimming beach. : ApMadoc, B&W, Belle Isle, Black & White, Black and White, Detroit, Fog, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States, Wayne County, Weather
2017-01-22 103491 WTA 5DM4  Belle Isle, officially Belle Isle Park, is a 982-acre (1.534 sq mi; 397 ha) island park in the Detroit River, between the United States mainland and Canada. Owned by the City of Detroit, it is managed as a state park by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources through a 30-year lease initiated in 2013. Belle Isle is the largest city-owned island park in the United States and is the third largest island in the Detroit River after Grosse Ile and Fighting Island. It is connected to mainland Detroit by the MacArthur Bridge.  The island is home to the Belle Isle Aquarium, the Belle Isle Conservatory, the Belle Isle Nature Zoo, the Detroit Yacht Club on an adjacent island, the James Scott Memorial Fountain, the Dossin Great Lakes Museum, a Coast Guard station, a municipal golf course and numerous monuments. It also previously housed a Nature Center where visitors were able to traverse wooded trails and view wildlife natural habitats, a former Belle Isle Zoo, riding stables and the Detroit Boat Club. The island includes a half-mile (800 m) swimming beach. : ApMadoc, B&W, Belle Isle, Black & White, Black and White, Detroit, Fog, Michigan, Monochrome, Scott Fountain, USA, United States, Wayne County, Weather 2016-11-19 009843 WTA 5DM4  Grand Haven South Pierhead Inner Light is the inner light of two lighthouses on the south pier of Grand Haven, Michigan where the Grand River enters Lake Michigan. A lighthouse was first lit there in 1839. The lighthouse was put up for sale in 2009 under the National Historic Lighthouse Preservation Act.[4] The City of Grand Haven now owns the pier, but it is maintained by the Army Corps of Engineers : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Clouds, Grand Haven, Grand Haven Lighthouse, Great Lakes, Lake Michigan, Lighthouse, Michigan, Monochrome, Storm, USA, United States, Waves, white caps 2016-10-15 004922 WTA 5DM4  City Methodist Church, Gary Indiana : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Church, City Methodist Church, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Gary, Indiana, Methodist Church, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-10-15 004709 WTA 5DM4  City Methodist Church, Gary Indiana : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Church, City Methodist Church, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Gary, Indiana, Methodist Church, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-08-12 97990 WTA 5DSR  The James Scott Memorial Fountain is a monument located in Belle Isle Park, in Detroit, Michigan. Designed by architect Cass Gilbert and sculptor Herbert Adams, the fountain was completed in 1925 at a cost of $500,000.[1] The lower bowl has a diameter of 510 ft (160 m) and the central spray reaches 125 ft (38 m). The fountain honors the controversial James Scott, who left $200,000 to the City of Detroit for a fountain in tribute to himself. : ApMadoc, B&W, Belle Isle, Belle Isle Park, Belle Isle State Park, Black & White, Detroit, Michigan, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, North America, State Park, USA, United States, United States of America, Wayne County
2016-08-12 94066 WTA Phantom4  The James Scott Memorial Fountain is a monument located in Belle Isle Park, in Detroit, Michigan. Designed by architect Cass Gilbert and sculptor Herbert Adams, the fountain was completed in 1925 at a cost of $500,000.[1] The lower bowl has a diameter of 510 ft (160 m) and the central spray reaches 125 ft (38 m). The fountain honors the controversial James Scott, who left $200,000 to the City of Detroit for a fountain in tribute to himself. : Aerial, Aerial Photo, ApMadoc, B&W, Belle Isle, Belle Isle Park, Belle Isle State Park, Black & White, DJI, DJI Phantom, DJI Phantom 4, Detroit, Drone, Michigan, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, Phantom 4, Quad Copter, State Park, USA, United States, Wayne County 2016-08-12 94061 WTA Phantom4  The James Scott Memorial Fountain is a monument located in Belle Isle Park, in Detroit, Michigan. Designed by architect Cass Gilbert and sculptor Herbert Adams, the fountain was completed in 1925 at a cost of $500,000.[1] The lower bowl has a diameter of 510 ft (160 m) and the central spray reaches 125 ft (38 m). The fountain honors the controversial James Scott, who left $200,000 to the City of Detroit for a fountain in tribute to himself. : Aerial, Aerial Photo, ApMadoc, B&W, Belle Isle, Belle Isle Park, Belle Isle State Park, Black & White, DJI, DJI Phantom, DJI Phantom 4, Detroit, Drone, Michigan, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, Phantom 4, Quad Copter, State Park, USA, United States, Wayne County 2016-06-26 93976 WTA 5DSR  Ford Highland Park Sales Office and Executive Garage : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Ford Highland Park Sales Office and Executive Garage, Highland Park, Michigan, Monochrome, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-06-26 93716 WTA 5DSR  Ford Highland Park Sales Office and Executive Garage : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Ford Highland Park Sales Office and Executive Garage, Highland Park, Michigan, Monochrome, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-05-15 21269 WTA 5DSR  Tawas Point, Michigan : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, East Tawas, Michigan, Minimalist, USA, United States
2016-03-27 93223 WTA 5DSR  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-03-27 93207 WTA 5DSR  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-03-27 93179 WTA 5DSR HDR  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-03-27 93193 WTA 5DSR  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-03-18 90547 WTA 5DSR : ApMadoc, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cityscape, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, North America, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban
2016-03-18 90621 WTA 5DSR : ApMadoc, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cityscape, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, North America, People Mover, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban 2016-03-18 90645 WTA 5DSR  People Mover - Detroit : ApMadoc, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cityscape, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, North America, People Mover, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban 2016-03-18 90379 WTA 5DSR : ApMadoc, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cityscape, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, North America, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban 2016-03-18 90464 WTA 5DSR : ApMadoc, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cityscape, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, North America, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban 2016-03-18 90425 WTA 5DSR : ApMadoc, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cityscape, Clouds, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, Moon, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, North America, People Mover, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban
2016-03-18 90461 WTA 5DSR HDR : ApMadoc, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cityscape, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, North America, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban 2016-03-18 90351 WTA 5DSR  Penobscot Building, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cityscape, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, North America, Penobscot Building, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban 2016-03-18 90329 WTA 5DSR  Penobscot Building, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cityscape, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, North America, Penobscot Building, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban 2016-03-18 90288 WTA 5DSR : ApMadoc, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Chrysler House, Cityscape, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, North America, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban 2016-03-18 90316 WTA 5DSR  Penobscot Building, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cityscape, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, North America, Penobscot Building, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban
2016-03-18 90268 WTA 5DSR : American Coney Island, ApMadoc, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cityscape, Coney, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, North America, Restaruant, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban 2016-03-18 90251 WTA 5DSR : ApMadoc, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cityscape, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, North America, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban 2016-03-18 90168 WTA 5DSR : ApMadoc, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cityscape, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, North America, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban 2016-03-18 90148 WTA 5DSR : ApMadoc, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cityscape, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, North America, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban 2016-02-21 87595 WTA 5DSR HDR  Kelvinator Building - Being a very successful firm in the mid-1920s, Kelvinator’s management decided to erect a massive manufacturing plant and an impressive office building in a vacant area of Detroit.  The offices of the firm were to be located in the building you see.  The firm had the funds to spend generously on architectural details  - Eventually the building was used by Chrysler engineering, abandoned in 2009 : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Kelvinator, Kelvinator Building, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2016-02-21 87468 WTA 5DSR  Oakman Elementary Orthopedic School : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Detroit Public Schools, Michigan, North America, School, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-02-21 87410 WTA 5DSR  Oakman Elementary Orthopedic School : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Detroit Public Schools, Michigan, North America, School, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-02-21 87337 WTA 5DSR  Oakman Elementary Orthopedic School : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Detroit Public Schools, Michigan, North America, School, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-02-21 87266 WTA 5DSR  Oakman Elementary Orthopedic School : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Chalkboard, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Detroit Public Schools, Michigan, North America, School, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-01-29 86450 WTA 5DSR  American Coney Island, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, North America, USA, United States, United States of America
2016-02-21 87218 WTA 5DSR  Oakman Elementary Orthopedic School : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Detroit Public Schools, Michigan, North America, School, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-01-26 86164 WTA 5DSR  Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital (NRPH) is located on a large (400+ acres) property on 7 Mile Road on the eastern side of the township. It was built in 1952 and was closed in 2003. As of 2011, the NRPH is standing and there are plans to demolish the buildings and clean the property. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, Abandoned State Hospital, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Michigan, Monochrome, Northville, Northville State Hospital, Stairway, Stairwell, State Hospital, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-01-26 86227 WTA 5DSR  Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital (NRPH) is located on a large (400+ acres) property on 7 Mile Road on the eastern side of the township. It was built in 1952 and was closed in 2003. As of 2011, the NRPH is standing and there are plans to demolish the buildings and clean the property. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, Abandoned State Hospital, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Michigan, Monochrome, Northville, Northville State Hospital, Stairway, Stairwell, State Hospital, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-01-26 85818 WTA 5DSR  Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital (NRPH) is located on a large (400+ acres) property on 7 Mile Road on the eastern side of the township. It was built in 1952 and was closed in 2003. As of 2011, the NRPH is standing and there are plans to demolish the buildings and clean the property. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, Abandoned State Hospital, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Michigan, Monochrome, Northville, Northville State Hospital, State Hospital, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-01-26 86116 WTA 5DSR  Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital (NRPH) is located on a large (400+ acres) property on 7 Mile Road on the eastern side of the township. It was built in 1952 and was closed in 2003. As of 2011, the NRPH is standing and there are plans to demolish the buildings and clean the property. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, Abandoned State Hospital, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Michigan, Monochrome, Northville, Northville State Hospital, State Hospital, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2016-01-09 85360 WTA 5DSR HDR : ApMadoc, B&W, Bicycle Shop, Bicycles, Bike Shop, Bikes, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Detroit Bikes, Michigan, Monochrome, Shop, USA, United States, store 2015-09-12 77962 WTA 5DSR  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, Monochrome, Shadow, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-08-01 10-50-52 0878-WTA-5DSR  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-08-01 10-27-54 0707-WTA-5DSR  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-08-01 09-50-10 0632-WTA-5DSR : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2015-08-01 08-04-42 0101-WTA-5DSR  The Eastown opened in a largely residential area on Harper Avenue near Van Dyke at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 1, 1931, with the movie “Sporting Blood,” starring Clark Gable. Advertisements in newspapers at the time declared the theater’s opening as the “dawn of a new entertainment era” and invited Detroiters to “thrill to the glory of Detroit’s newest, finest Palace of Happiness.’” The ads also proclaimed the theater’s opening as “the most glorious event in the history of east Detroit.” Business owners and merchants in the neighborhood pitched in by decorating the surrounding streets for the grand opening.  With 2,500 seats, it was comparable in size and elegance to most of the downtown theaters. The Eastown was built solely for “talking pictures,” and when it opened, admission was 15 cents for afternoons, a quarter for evenings and 35 cents for Saturday and Sunday evenings. Children got in any time for a dime. Patrons would get dressed up for a night at the movies, and uniformed ushers would guide them to their seats. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Theater, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Eastown Theater, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-05-31 73452 WTA 5DM3  St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church and school located on the east side of Detroit, rose and fell with the fortunes of the city. : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Door, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Door, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-05-31 73420 WTA 5DM3  St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church and school located on the east side of Detroit, rose and fell with the fortunes of the city. : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-05-31 73406 WTA 5DM3  St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church and school located on the east side of Detroit, rose and fell with the fortunes of the city. : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-05-31 73393 WTA 5DM3  St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church and school located on the east side of Detroit, rose and fell with the fortunes of the city. : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2015-05-31 73103 WTA 5DM3 : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-05-31 72928 WTA 5DM3  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-05-31 72894 WTA 5DM3  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, Monochrome, Reflection, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-05-03 73099 WTA 5DM3 HDR : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cadillac Car Factory, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Hudson Motors, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-03-15 71093 WTA 5DM3-Edit  Construction started on the permanent location of St. Agnes, with the school built in 1916, and the convent a year later. After considering several possibilities for a sanctuary, the parish chose a gothic design by the firm of Van Leyen, Schilling, Keough, and Reynolds, and started work in 1922. The cornerstone of the church was laid in a ceremony on September 10 by Bishop Michael James Gallagher; construction of the 1,500 seat sanctuary was completed in 1924, and the church was dedicated on June 1st. Later in the year the church took delivery of a custom-built pipe organ by the firm of Casavant Frères, Opus #1035. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Catholic Church, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, Rays, Saint Agnes, St. Agnes Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2015-03-15 70988 WTA 5DM3  Boblo Island Boat Dock Warehouse : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Boblo Island Dock Warehouse, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-09-19 50906 WTA 5DM3  Max M. Fisher Music Center / Orchestra Hall, Dertroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Architectural Details, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Concert Hall, DSO, Detroit, Detroit Orchestra Hall, Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Fisher Music Center, Max Fisher Music Center, Max M. Fisher Music Center, Michigan, Monochrome, Orchestra Hall, USA, United States 2014-09-19 50626 WTA 5DM3 HDR 1  Max M. Fisher Music Center / Orchestra Hall, Dertroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Architectural Details, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Concert Hall, DSO, Detroit, Detroit Orchestra Hall, Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Fisher Music Center, HDR, Max Fisher Music Center, Max M. Fisher Music Center, Michigan, Monochrome, Orchestra Hall, USA, United States G0071368  Mackinaw City Lighthouse : 2014 Fall Color Trip, Aerial, Aerial Photo, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Clouds, DJI, DJI Phantom, Fall Folliage, Lighthouse, Mackinaw City, Michigan, Monochrome, Quad Copter, USA, United States 2014-09-19 50568 WTA 5DM3 HDR  Max M. Fisher Music Center / Orchestra Hall, Dertroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Architectural Details, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Concert Hall, DSO, Detroit, Detroit Orchestra Hall, Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Fisher Music Center, HDR, Max Fisher Music Center, Max M. Fisher Music Center, Michigan, Monochrome, Orchestra Hall, USA, United States
2014-08-28 47218 WTA 5DM3 : Ann Arbor, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Domino Farms, Michigan, Minimalist, Monochrome, Sunflowers, USA, United States, flowers 2014-08-15 44096 WTA 5DM3  Light Painting - St. Agnes Church : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Dark, Detroit, Light Painting, Michigan, Monochrome, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, Saint Agnes, Saint Agnes Church, St. Agnes Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-08-15 44107 WTA 5DM3  Light Painting - St. Agnes Church : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Dark, Detroit, Light Painting, Michigan, Monochrome, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, Saint Agnes, Saint Agnes Church, St. Agnes Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-08-15 44092 WTA 5DM3  Light Painting - St. Agnes Church : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Light Painting, Michigan, Monochrome, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, Saint Agnes, Saint Agnes Church, St. Agnes Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-08-15 44063 WTA 5DM3  Light Painting - St. Agnes Church : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Light Painting, Michigan, Monochrome, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, Saint Agnes, Saint Agnes Church, St. Agnes Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2014-08-15 44047 WTA 5DM3  Light Painting - St. Agnes Church : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Light Painting, Michigan, Monochrome, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, Saint Agnes, Saint Agnes Church, St. Agnes Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-08-15 44045 WTA 5DM3  Light Painting - St. Agnes Church : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Light Painting, Michigan, Monochrome, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, Saint Agnes, Saint Agnes Church, St. Agnes Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-08-15 44043 WTA 5DM3  Light Painting - St. Agnes Church : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Dark, Detroit, Light Painting, Michigan, Monochrome, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, Saint Agnes, Saint Agnes Church, St. Agnes Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-07-19 19928 WTA 5DM3 : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, Old School, One Room School House, Rural Decay, United States, Urban Exploration 2014-06-22 19553 WTA 5DM3 : ApMadoc, B&W, Barn, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Clarksville, Michigan, Monochrome, Rural, Seeses Barn, Silo, USA, United States
2014-05-31 18500 WTA 5DM3 HDR - 5 Images a  The Capitol Theatre was considered Detroit’s first official movie palace, and when it opened January 12, 1922, it sat about 3,500, the fifth largest ever built in the US at the time.  Its architect, C. Howard Crane, designed the Capitol Theatre in the style of the Italian Renaissance, and its facade, with its soaring Corinthian columns, loomed over Broadway like a royal palace. Its interior was even more ornate, with several kinds of marble, Tiffany mosaics, sculpture and gilt decorating its lobby and other areas. The Capitol Theatre is said to have cost over $2 million to build.  The 35-piece ‘Great Capitol Wonder Orchestra’, led by Eduard Werner, was on hand opening day, and remained a popular feature of the theatre until he left the Capitol Theatre for the Michigan Theater in 1926. On screen, “The Lotus Eater” was shown, as well as footage of guests entering the theatre two hours earlier, much to the audience’s amazement and delight.  The theatre’s name was changed to the Paramount Theatre on August 30, 1929, when it was taken over by the Paramount-Publix chain, and featured live stage shows and vaudeville acts. Stars who appeared on the Paramount Theatre’s stage in those days included W.C. Fields, Fatty Arbuckle, and Guy Lombardo and his Orchestra.  As a result of the Depression, the theatre closed in 1932, but only until August31, 1934, when it reopened under United Detroit Theaters with another new name, this time the Broadway-Capitol Theatre.  In the 1940’s and 1950’s, management of the theatre passed back and forth between various parties, but it was managed by United Detroit Theaters once again beginning in 1960.  For most of the 1950’s, the Broadway-Capitol Theatre featured second-run films and double-features, and unlike many other area theatres, did not convert to the widescreen format to attract audiences.  It was in 1960 that United Detroit Theaters poured over $100,000 into remodeling the theatre, completely changing its facade and slightly reducing its seating capacity.  It was also given yet another new name during this time, the Grand Circus Theatre, continuing to screen second-run films. The theatre often struggled during the 1960’s and 1970’s, but remained open until 1978, with the last film on its screen being “Jailbait Babysitter”.  During the early-to-mid-1980’s, the Grand Circus Theatre was used for concerts, but was forced to close in 1985 after a fire broke out.  In 1989, the Michigan Opera Theatre purchased the Grand Circus Theatre and nearby Madison Theatre for $3.5 million and began a $20 million campaign to restore the interior of the old Capitol Theatre to its 1920’s appearance, enlarge its stage, improve the sound and lighting systems, and reduce seating to a more comfortable 2,700.  It now serves as the Detroit Opera House. : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Broadway Capitol Theater, Capitol Theater, Detroit, Detroit Opera House, Grand Circus Theater, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Michigan, Michigan Opera Company, Monochrome, Opera Company, Opera House, Paramount Theater, USA, United States 2014-05-31 18542 WTA 5DM3 HDR  The Capitol Theatre was considered Detroit’s first official movie palace, and when it opened January 12, 1922, it sat about 3,500, the fifth largest ever built in the US at the time.  Its architect, C. Howard Crane, designed the Capitol Theatre in the style of the Italian Renaissance, and its facade, with its soaring Corinthian columns, loomed over Broadway like a royal palace. Its interior was even more ornate, with several kinds of marble, Tiffany mosaics, sculpture and gilt decorating its lobby and other areas. The Capitol Theatre is said to have cost over $2 million to build.  The 35-piece ‘Great Capitol Wonder Orchestra’, led by Eduard Werner, was on hand opening day, and remained a popular feature of the theatre until he left the Capitol Theatre for the Michigan Theater in 1926. On screen, “The Lotus Eater” was shown, as well as footage of guests entering the theatre two hours earlier, much to the audience’s amazement and delight.  The theatre’s name was changed to the Paramount Theatre on August 30, 1929, when it was taken over by the Paramount-Publix chain, and featured live stage shows and vaudeville acts. Stars who appeared on the Paramount Theatre’s stage in those days included W.C. Fields, Fatty Arbuckle, and Guy Lombardo and his Orchestra.  As a result of the Depression, the theatre closed in 1932, but only until August31, 1934, when it reopened under United Detroit Theaters with another new name, this time the Broadway-Capitol Theatre.  In the 1940’s and 1950’s, management of the theatre passed back and forth between various parties, but it was managed by United Detroit Theaters once again beginning in 1960.  For most of the 1950’s, the Broadway-Capitol Theatre featured second-run films and double-features, and unlike many other area theatres, did not convert to the widescreen format to attract audiences.  It was in 1960 that United Detroit Theaters poured over $100,000 into remodeling the theatre, completely changing its facade and slightly reducing its seating capacity.  It was also given yet another new name during this time, the Grand Circus Theatre, continuing to screen second-run films. The theatre often struggled during the 1960’s and 1970’s, but remained open until 1978, with the last film on its screen being “Jailbait Babysitter”.  During the early-to-mid-1980’s, the Grand Circus Theatre was used for concerts, but was forced to close in 1985 after a fire broke out.  In 1989, the Michigan Opera Theatre purchased the Grand Circus Theatre and nearby Madison Theatre for $3.5 million and began a $20 million campaign to restore the interior of the old Capitol Theatre to its 1920’s appearance, enlarge its stage, improve the sound and lighting systems, and reduce seating to a more comfortable 2,700.  It now serves as the Detroit Opera House. : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Broadway Capitol Theater, Capitol Theater, Detroit, Detroit Opera House, Grand Circus Theater, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Michigan, Michigan Opera Company, Monochrome, Opera Company, Opera House, Paramount Theater, USA, United States 2014-05-31 18486 WTA 5DM3 HDR  The Capitol Theatre was considered Detroit’s first official movie palace, and when it opened January 12, 1922, it sat about 3,500, the fifth largest ever built in the US at the time.  Its architect, C. Howard Crane, designed the Capitol Theatre in the style of the Italian Renaissance, and its facade, with its soaring Corinthian columns, loomed over Broadway like a royal palace. Its interior was even more ornate, with several kinds of marble, Tiffany mosaics, sculpture and gilt decorating its lobby and other areas. The Capitol Theatre is said to have cost over $2 million to build.  The 35-piece ‘Great Capitol Wonder Orchestra’, led by Eduard Werner, was on hand opening day, and remained a popular feature of the theatre until he left the Capitol Theatre for the Michigan Theater in 1926. On screen, “The Lotus Eater” was shown, as well as footage of guests entering the theatre two hours earlier, much to the audience’s amazement and delight.  The theatre’s name was changed to the Paramount Theatre on August 30, 1929, when it was taken over by the Paramount-Publix chain, and featured live stage shows and vaudeville acts. Stars who appeared on the Paramount Theatre’s stage in those days included W.C. Fields, Fatty Arbuckle, and Guy Lombardo and his Orchestra.  As a result of the Depression, the theatre closed in 1932, but only until August31, 1934, when it reopened under United Detroit Theaters with another new name, this time the Broadway-Capitol Theatre.  In the 1940’s and 1950’s, management of the theatre passed back and forth between various parties, but it was managed by United Detroit Theaters once again beginning in 1960.  For most of the 1950’s, the Broadway-Capitol Theatre featured second-run films and double-features, and unlike many other area theatres, did not convert to the widescreen format to attract audiences.  It was in 1960 that United Detroit Theaters poured over $100,000 into remodeling the theatre, completely changing its facade and slightly reducing its seating capacity.  It was also given yet another new name during this time, the Grand Circus Theatre, continuing to screen second-run films. The theatre often struggled during the 1960’s and 1970’s, but remained open until 1978, with the last film on its screen being “Jailbait Babysitter”.  During the early-to-mid-1980’s, the Grand Circus Theatre was used for concerts, but was forced to close in 1985 after a fire broke out.  In 1989, the Michigan Opera Theatre purchased the Grand Circus Theatre and nearby Madison Theatre for $3.5 million and began a $20 million campaign to restore the interior of the old Capitol Theatre to its 1920’s appearance, enlarge its stage, improve the sound and lighting systems, and reduce seating to a more comfortable 2,700.  It now serves as the Detroit Opera House. : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Broadway Capitol Theater, Capitol Theater, Detroit, Detroit Opera House, Grand Circus Theater, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Michigan, Michigan Opera Company, Monochrome, Opera Company, Opera House, Paramount Theater, USA, United States 2014-05-30 18332 WTA 5DM3 HDR - 3 Images  The Capitol Theatre was considered Detroit’s first official movie palace, and when it opened January 12, 1922, it sat about 3,500, the fifth largest ever built in the US at the time.  Its architect, C. Howard Crane, designed the Capitol Theatre in the style of the Italian Renaissance, and its facade, with its soaring Corinthian columns, loomed over Broadway like a royal palace. Its interior was even more ornate, with several kinds of marble, Tiffany mosaics, sculpture and gilt decorating its lobby and other areas. The Capitol Theatre is said to have cost over $2 million to build.  The 35-piece ‘Great Capitol Wonder Orchestra’, led by Eduard Werner, was on hand opening day, and remained a popular feature of the theatre until he left the Capitol Theatre for the Michigan Theater in 1926. On screen, “The Lotus Eater” was shown, as well as footage of guests entering the theatre two hours earlier, much to the audience’s amazement and delight.  The theatre’s name was changed to the Paramount Theatre on August 30, 1929, when it was taken over by the Paramount-Publix chain, and featured live stage shows and vaudeville acts. Stars who appeared on the Paramount Theatre’s stage in those days included W.C. Fields, Fatty Arbuckle, and Guy Lombardo and his Orchestra.  As a result of the Depression, the theatre closed in 1932, but only until August31, 1934, when it reopened under United Detroit Theaters with another new name, this time the Broadway-Capitol Theatre.  In the 1940’s and 1950’s, management of the theatre passed back and forth between various parties, but it was managed by United Detroit Theaters once again beginning in 1960.  For most of the 1950’s, the Broadway-Capitol Theatre featured second-run films and double-features, and unlike many other area theatres, did not convert to the widescreen format to attract audiences.  It was in 1960 that United Detroit Theaters poured over $100,000 into remodeling the theatre, completely changing its facade and slightly reducing its seating capacity.  It was also given yet another new name during this time, the Grand Circus Theatre, continuing to screen second-run films. The theatre often struggled during the 1960’s and 1970’s, but remained open until 1978, with the last film on its screen being “Jailbait Babysitter”.  During the early-to-mid-1980’s, the Grand Circus Theatre was used for concerts, but was forced to close in 1985 after a fire broke out.  In 1989, the Michigan Opera Theatre purchased the Grand Circus Theatre and nearby Madison Theatre for $3.5 million and began a $20 million campaign to restore the interior of the old Capitol Theatre to its 1920’s appearance, enlarge its stage, improve the sound and lighting systems, and reduce seating to a more comfortable 2,700.  It now serves as the Detroit Opera House. : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Broadway Capitol Theater, Capitol Theater, Detroit, Detroit Opera House, Grand Circus Theater, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Michigan, Michigan Opera Company, Monochrome, Opera Company, Opera House, Paramount Theater, USA, United States 2014-05-30 18339 WTA 5DM3 HDR  The Capitol Theatre was considered Detroit’s first official movie palace, and when it opened January 12, 1922, it sat about 3,500, the fifth largest ever built in the US at the time.  Its architect, C. Howard Crane, designed the Capitol Theatre in the style of the Italian Renaissance, and its facade, with its soaring Corinthian columns, loomed over Broadway like a royal palace. Its interior was even more ornate, with several kinds of marble, Tiffany mosaics, sculpture and gilt decorating its lobby and other areas. The Capitol Theatre is said to have cost over $2 million to build.  The 35-piece ‘Great Capitol Wonder Orchestra’, led by Eduard Werner, was on hand opening day, and remained a popular feature of the theatre until he left the Capitol Theatre for the Michigan Theater in 1926. On screen, “The Lotus Eater” was shown, as well as footage of guests entering the theatre two hours earlier, much to the audience’s amazement and delight.  The theatre’s name was changed to the Paramount Theatre on August 30, 1929, when it was taken over by the Paramount-Publix chain, and featured live stage shows and vaudeville acts. Stars who appeared on the Paramount Theatre’s stage in those days included W.C. Fields, Fatty Arbuckle, and Guy Lombardo and his Orchestra.  As a result of the Depression, the theatre closed in 1932, but only until August31, 1934, when it reopened under United Detroit Theaters with another new name, this time the Broadway-Capitol Theatre.  In the 1940’s and 1950’s, management of the theatre passed back and forth between various parties, but it was managed by United Detroit Theaters once again beginning in 1960.  For most of the 1950’s, the Broadway-Capitol Theatre featured second-run films and double-features, and unlike many other area theatres, did not convert to the widescreen format to attract audiences.  It was in 1960 that United Detroit Theaters poured over $100,000 into remodeling the theatre, completely changing its facade and slightly reducing its seating capacity.  It was also given yet another new name during this time, the Grand Circus Theatre, continuing to screen second-run films. The theatre often struggled during the 1960’s and 1970’s, but remained open until 1978, with the last film on its screen being “Jailbait Babysitter”.  During the early-to-mid-1980’s, the Grand Circus Theatre was used for concerts, but was forced to close in 1985 after a fire broke out.  In 1989, the Michigan Opera Theatre purchased the Grand Circus Theatre and nearby Madison Theatre for $3.5 million and began a $20 million campaign to restore the interior of the old Capitol Theatre to its 1920’s appearance, enlarge its stage, improve the sound and lighting systems, and reduce seating to a more comfortable 2,700.  It now serves as the Detroit Opera House. : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Broadway Capitol Theater, Capitol Theater, Detroit, Detroit Opera House, Grand Circus Theater, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Michigan, Michigan Opera Company, Monochrome, Opera Company, Opera House, Paramount Theater, USA, United States
2014 05 21-WTA-5DM3-5907-4 : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cafe, France, Lyon, Minimalist, Monochrome, Street Photography 2014 05 21-WTA-5DM3-5699 HDR  Amsterdam : Amsterdam, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Minimalist, Monochrome 2014-04-04 18-47 14135 WTA 5DM3  Ford Piquette Plant  In May 1904, after less than one year in operation, the board of the Ford Motor Company approved construction of a New England mill-style building, on a lot at the corner of Piquette and Beaubien Streets in Detroit, Michigan. The Detroit architectural firm of Smith, Hinchman, and Fields designed the building, which is three stories tall, 56 feet wide, and 402 feet long. The structure served the new firm for only a few years, yet it played a most important role in realizing Henry Ford's dream of an affordable car for the masses. : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Ford Piquette Plant, Ford Plant, Highland Park, Michigan, Minimalist, Model T, Monochrome, Museum, USA, United States 2014-04-27 07-35 15908 WTA 5DM3  Colin Powell Acadamy, Detroit, Michigan : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School Building, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Colin Powell Academy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, Minimalist, Monochrome, Shadow, Shadows, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2013-08-04 14-00-02 0302-WTA-5DM3 : ApMadoc, B&W, Barn, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Farm Buildings, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States
2013-07-19 19-34-07 0349-WTA-5DM3 : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Clouds, Mich, Michigan, Minimalist, Monochrome, Novi, Twelve Oaks Mall, USA, United States, Weather 2013-03-26-WTA-5DM3-0447-Edit-2  Detroit Masonic Temple - Masonic Theater : ApMadoc, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Detroit Masonic Temple, Looking Up, Masonic Temple, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States 2013-03-26-WTA-5DM3-0428-Edit-2  Detroit Masonic Temple - Masonic Theater : ApMadoc, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Detroit Masonic Temple, Looking Up, Masonic Temple, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States 2013-03-24-WTA-5DM3-0674-Edit-2  The Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA), located in Midtown Detroit, Michigan, has one of the largest, most significant art collections in the United States. In 2003, the DIA ranked as the second largest municipally owned museum in the United States, with an art collection valued at more than one billion dollars.[1] With over 100 galleries, it covers 658,000 square feet (61,130 m²) : ApMadoc, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, DIA, Detroit, Detroit Institute of Arts, Looking Up, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States 2013-03-24-WTA-5DM3-0647-Edit-2  The Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA), located in Midtown Detroit, Michigan, has one of the largest, most significant art collections in the United States. In 2003, the DIA ranked as the second largest municipally owned museum in the United States, with an art collection valued at more than one billion dollars.[1] With over 100 galleries, it covers 658,000 square feet (61,130 m²) : ApMadoc, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, DIA, Detroit, Detroit Institute of Arts, Looking Up, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States
2013-03-19-WTA-5DM3-0422-Edit-2  Detroit Masonic Temple - Corinthian Room : ApMadoc, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Lodge Room, Looking Up, Masonic Temple, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States 2013-03-19-WTA-5DM3-0227-Edit-2  Detroit Masonic Temple - Front Entry : ApMadoc, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Looking Up, Masonic Temple, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States 2013-02-16-WTA-5DM3-0825-2  Belle Isle is a 982-acre (1.534 sq mi; 397 ha) island park in the Detroit River, between the United States mainland and Canada, managed by the Detroit Recreation Department. It is connected to the rest of Detroit, Michigan by the MacArthur Bridge. It is the largest island city park in the United States and the third largest island in the Detroit River after Grosse Ile and Fighting Island.  It is home to the Belle Isle Conservatory (1904), the Detroit Yacht Club on an adjacent island, the Detroit Boat Club, James Scott Memorial Fountain, the Dossin Great Lakes Museum, a Coast Guard station, and a municipal golf facility. The city maintains a Nature Center where visitors are able to traverse wooded trails and view wildlife natural habitats. The island includes a half-mile (800 m) swimming beach. : ApMadoc, B&W, Belle Isle, Belle Isle Park, Belle Isle State Park, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Michigan, Minimalist, Monochrome, Snow, USA, United States, Wayne County, Winter 2013-03-02-WTA-5DM3-0169-Edit-2  The Fisher Building (1928) is a landmark skyscraper in the United States, located in the heart of the New Center area of Detroit, Michigan. The ornate building is designed in an Art Deco style, constructed of limestone, granite, and several types of marble. The Fisher family financed the building with proceeds from the sale of Fisher Body to General Motors. It was designed to house office and retail space.  The building, which contains the elaborate 2,089 seat Fisher Theatre, was designated a National Historic Landmark on June 29, 1989 : Albert Kahn, ApMadoc, Architectural Details, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Fisher Building, Looking Up, Michigan, Monochrome, Office Building, USA, United States 2013-03-02-WTA-5DM3-0063-Edit-2  The Fisher Building (1928) is a landmark skyscraper in the United States, located in the heart of the New Center area of Detroit, Michigan. The ornate building is designed in an Art Deco style, constructed of limestone, granite, and several types of marble. The Fisher family financed the building with proceeds from the sale of Fisher Body to General Motors. It was designed to house office and retail space.  The building, which contains the elaborate 2,089 seat Fisher Theatre, was designated a National Historic Landmark on June 29, 1989 : Albert Kahn, ApMadoc, Architectural Details, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Fisher Building, Michigan, Monochrome, Office Building, USA, United States
2013-03-02-WTA-5DM3-0051-Edit-2  The Fisher Building (1928) is a landmark skyscraper in the United States, located in the heart of the New Center area of Detroit, Michigan. The ornate building is designed in an Art Deco style, constructed of limestone, granite, and several types of marble. The Fisher family financed the building with proceeds from the sale of Fisher Body to General Motors. It was designed to house office and retail space.  The building, which contains the elaborate 2,089 seat Fisher Theatre, was designated a National Historic Landmark on June 29, 1989 : Albert Kahn, ApMadoc, Architectural Details, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Fisher Building, Looking Up, Michigan, Monochrome, Office Building, USA, United States 2013-03-02-WTA-5DM3-0038-Edit-2  The Fisher Building (1928) is a landmark skyscraper in the United States, located in the heart of the New Center area of Detroit, Michigan. The ornate building is designed in an Art Deco style, constructed of limestone, granite, and several types of marble. The Fisher family financed the building with proceeds from the sale of Fisher Body to General Motors. It was designed to house office and retail space.  The building, which contains the elaborate 2,089 seat Fisher Theatre, was designated a National Historic Landmark on June 29, 1989 : Albert Kahn, ApMadoc, Architectural Details, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Fisher Building, Michigan, Monochrome, Office Building, USA, United States 2012-08-12 15-57 07511 WTA 5DM3  Barns - Washtenaw County : ApMadoc, B&W, Barn, Black & White, Michigan, Monochrome, Old Barn, United States 2013-03-02-WTA-5DM3-0047-Edit-2  The Fisher Building (1928) is a landmark skyscraper in the United States, located in the heart of the New Center area of Detroit, Michigan. The ornate building is designed in an Art Deco style, constructed of limestone, granite, and several types of marble. The Fisher family financed the building with proceeds from the sale of Fisher Body to General Motors. It was designed to house office and retail space.  The building, which contains the elaborate 2,089 seat Fisher Theatre, was designated a National Historic Landmark on June 29, 1989 : Albert Kahn, ApMadoc, Architectural Details, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Fisher Building, Looking Up, Michigan, Monochrome, Office Building, USA, United States 2013 02 08-WTA-5DM3-6928-Edit-2  The Granary, Brimley, Michigan : ApMadoc, B&W, Barn, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Brimley, Michigan, Minimalist, Monochrome, Old Barn, Snow, The Granary, United States, Upper Peninsula, Winter
WTA IMG - 2012 05 28 - 1135-Edit-2  Saint Francis D'Assisi Church, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Church, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, Saint Francis D'Assisi Church, USA, United States, Wayne County WTA IMG - 2012 05 28 - 1139-Edit-2 : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States, Urban Decay, Wayne County WTA IMG 2012 05 23 - 0650-2  Mission San Juan Capistrano was a Spanish mission in Southern California, located in present-day San Juan Capistrano. It was founded on All Saints Day November 1, 1776, by Spanish Catholics of the Franciscan Order. Named for Giovanni da Capistrano, a 15th century theologian and "warrior priest" who resided in the Abruzzo region of Italy, San Juan Capistrano has the distinction of being home to the oldest building in California still in use, a chapel built in 1782 : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, California, Minimalist, Mission San Juan Capistrano, Monochrome, Southern California, USA, United States, flowers WTA IMG 2011 08 10 - 0325-2 : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Door, Doors, Florence, Florence Italy, Italy, Monochrome IMG 2010 04 20 00052 full raw bw-2  Bryce Canyon National Park : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Bryce, Bryce Canyon  National Park, Hoodoo, Monochrome, National Park, USA, United States, Utah
IMG 2010 04 20 00172 full raw bw-2  Bryce Canyon National Park : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Bryce, Bryce Canyon  National Park, Monochrome, National Park, USA, United States, Utah IMG 2010 04 18 9211 bw t-2  Zion National Park : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Canyon, Monochrome, National Park, USA, United States, Utah, Zion, Zion National Park IMG 2010 04 18 00145-Edit-2  Zion National Park : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Monochrome, National Park, USA, United States, Utah, Zion National Park IMG 4387-Edit-bw-2  Westminster Abbey - The Collegiate Church of St Peter at Westminster, popularly known as Westminster Abbey, is a large, mainly Gothic church, in the City of Westminster, London, United Kingdom, located just to the west of the Palace of Westminster. It is the traditional place of coronation and burial site for English, later British and later still (and currently) monarchs of the Commonwealth realms. The abbey is a Royal Peculiar and briefly held the status of a cathedral from 1540 to 1550. : Abbey, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Church, Door, Doors, England, Gallery, London, Monochrome, United Kingdom, Westminster, Westminster Abbey DSCA00540-2 : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Monochrome, flowers
2016-11-19 011057 WTA 5DM4  The Muskegon Breakwater Light or South Breakwater Light is a light located on the end of the south arm of the Muskegon breakwater surrounding the mouth of the Muskegon channel in Muskegon, Michigan.  The site is accessible by walking the breakwater. As of Summer, 2015, the light is available to the public for tours.  In 2008 the light became available for transfer under NHLPA, and in June 2010 ownership was transferred to the Michigan Lighthouse Conservancy. The lights and buoys of Muskegon Harbor are maintained by the US Coast Guard Station housed in the lighthouse 3/8 of a mile away, at the mouth of the Muskegon Channel. The light has been in service since 1879. : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Clouds, Great Lakes, Lake Michigan, Lighthouse, Michigan, Monochrome, Muskegon, Muskegon Lighthouse, Storm, Sunset, USA, United States, Waves, white caps 2016-11-19 009615 WTA 5DM4  Grand Haven South Pierhead Inner Light is the inner light of two lighthouses on the south pier of Grand Haven, Michigan where the Grand River enters Lake Michigan. A lighthouse was first lit there in 1839. The lighthouse was put up for sale in 2009 under the National Historic Lighthouse Preservation Act.[4] The City of Grand Haven now owns the pier, but it is maintained by the Army Corps of Engineers : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Clouds, Grand Haven, Grand Haven Lighthouse, Great Lakes, Lake Michigan, Lighthouse, Michigan, Monochrome, Storm, USA, United States, Waves, white caps 2016-11-19 009604 WTA 5DM4  Grand Haven South Pierhead Inner Light is the inner light of two lighthouses on the south pier of Grand Haven, Michigan where the Grand River enters Lake Michigan. A lighthouse was first lit there in 1839. The lighthouse was put up for sale in 2009 under the National Historic Lighthouse Preservation Act.[4] The City of Grand Haven now owns the pier, but it is maintained by the Army Corps of Engineers : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Clouds, Grand Haven, Grand Haven Lighthouse, Great Lakes, Lake Michigan, Lighthouse, Michigan, Monochrome, Storm, USA, United States, Waves, white caps 2016-11-19 009477 WTA 5DM4  Grand Haven South Pierhead Inner Light is the inner light of two lighthouses on the south pier of Grand Haven, Michigan where the Grand River enters Lake Michigan. A lighthouse was first lit there in 1839. The lighthouse was put up for sale in 2009 under the National Historic Lighthouse Preservation Act.[4] The City of Grand Haven now owns the pier, but it is maintained by the Army Corps of Engineers : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Clouds, Grand Haven, Grand Haven Lighthouse, Great Lakes, Lake Michigan, Lighthouse, Michigan, Monochrome, Storm, USA, United States, Waves, white caps 2016-11-19 008767 WTA 5DM4  Grand Haven South Pierhead Inner Light is the inner light of two lighthouses on the south pier of Grand Haven, Michigan where the Grand River enters Lake Michigan. A lighthouse was first lit there in 1839. The lighthouse was put up for sale in 2009 under the National Historic Lighthouse Preservation Act.[4] The City of Grand Haven now owns the pier, but it is maintained by the Army Corps of Engineers : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Clouds, Grand Haven, Grand Haven Lighthouse, Great Lakes, Lake Michigan, Lighthouse, Michigan, Monochrome, Storm, USA, United States, Waves, white caps
2016-11-13 008171 WTA 5DM4 HDR : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Brick, Brick Street, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, Renaissance Center, USA, United States, Wayne County 2016-10-15 006097 WTA 5DM4  Gary Screw and Bolt Company. Opened 1912, closed 1986 : Abandoned, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Decay, Factory, Gary, Gary Screw and Bolt Company, Indiana, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-10-15 005734 WTA 5DM4  Gary Screw and Bolt Company. Opened 1912, closed 1986 : Abandoned, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Decay, Factory, Gary, Gary Screw and Bolt Company, Indiana, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-08-06 97741 WTA 5DSR : Abandoned Building, Abandoned Grain Elevator, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Michigan, Monochrome, North America, USA, United States, United States of America 2016-08-06 97705 WTA 5DSR : Abandoned Building, Abandoned Grain Elevator, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Michigan, Monochrome, North America, USA, United States, United States of America
2016-08-06 97664 WTA 5DSR : Abandoned Building, Abandoned Store, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Clouds, Michigan, Monochrome, North America, Pompeii, USA, United States, United States of America, store 2016-08-06 97693 WTA 5DSR HDR : Abandoned Building, Abandoned Home, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Michigan, Monochrome, North America, USA, United States, United States of America 2016-08-06 97660 WTA 5DSR : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Michigan, Monochrome, North America, USA, United States, United States of America 2016-07-16 97157 WTA 5DSR HDR : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Michigan, Michigan Thumb, North America, One Room School House, Rural, Rural Decay, Thumb, USA, United States, United States of America 2016-07-16 96708 WTA 5DSR HDR : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Clouds, Door, Doors, Michigan, Michigan Thumb, Monochrome, North America, One Room School House, Rural, Rural Decay, Thumb, USA, United States, United States of America
2016-07-16 96700 WTA 5DSR : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Door, Doors, Michigan, Michigan Thumb, Monochrome, North America, One Room School House, Rural, Rural Decay, Thumb, USA, United States, United States of America 2016-07-16 96673 WTA 5DSR HDR : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Clouds, Michigan, Michigan Thumb, Monochrome, North America, One Room School House, Rural, Rural Decay, Thumb, USA, United States, United States of America 2016-07-16 96560 WTA 5DSR : ApMadoc, B&W, Barn, Black & White, Black and White, Clouds, Michigan, Michigan Thumb, Monochrome, North America, Old Barn, Old Farm Buildings, Rural, Rural Decay, Thumb, USA, United States, United States of America 2016-07-16 96614 WTA 5DSR : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Michigan, Michigan Thumb, Monochrome, North America, Rural, Rural Decay, Thumb, USA, United States, United States of America 2016-07-09 96253 WTA 5DSR  The Whittier was constructed as an apartment hotel, meaning that tenants could rent an apartment, yet have access to services typically provided by a hotel. The Whittier was built at a time when the population boom in Detroit increased demand for housing. The developer selected a site near the Detroit River, in an area that was, until then, primarily used for exclusive upper-class homes. Construction began in 1921, and ran until 1927.  Over the years, the luxury hotel played host to luminaries such as Horace Dodge, Eleanor Roosevelt, Mae West, Frank Sinatra and The Beatles.[3] During Prohibition, the hotel's convenient access to the Detroit River and Canada made it popular with underworld types, including the Purple Gang. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Door, ApMadoc, Architectural Details, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Door, Michigan, Monochrome, North America, The Whittier, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration, Whittier
2016-07-09 96263 WTA 5DSR  The Whittier was constructed as an apartment hotel, meaning that tenants could rent an apartment, yet have access to services typically provided by a hotel. The Whittier was built at a time when the population boom in Detroit increased demand for housing. The developer selected a site near the Detroit River, in an area that was, until then, primarily used for exclusive upper-class homes. Construction began in 1921, and ran until 1927.  Over the years, the luxury hotel played host to luminaries such as Horace Dodge, Eleanor Roosevelt, Mae West, Frank Sinatra and The Beatles.[3] During Prohibition, the hotel's convenient access to the Detroit River and Canada made it popular with underworld types, including the Purple Gang. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, ApMadoc, Architectural Details, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, North America, The Whittier, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration, Whittier 2016-07-09 96046 WTA 5DSR  Comerica Park is an open-air ballpark located in Downtown Detroit. It serves as the home of the Detroit Tigers of Major League Baseball, replacing Tiger Stadium in 2000.  The park is named after Comerica Bank, which was founded in Detroit and was based there when the park opened. Comerica's headquarters have since been moved to Dallas, though the bank still retains a large presence in Detroit. The stadium's seating capacity is 41,297. There is a Detroit People Mover station about a block from the stadium (at Grand Circus Park). Comerica Park sits on the original site of the Detroit College of Law. : ApMadoc, B&W, Baseball, Baseball Stadium, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Comerica Park, Detroit, Detroit Tigers, MLB, Major League Baseball, Michigan, Monochrome, North America, Tigers, USA, United States, United States of America 2016-07-02 94500 WTA 5DSR HDR  St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church and school located on the east side of Detroit, rose and fell with the fortunes of the city. : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Door, Abandoned School, Abandoned School Building, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Catholic School, Decay, Detroit, Door, Michigan, Monochrome, North America, Saint Margaret Mary's, Saint Margaret Mary's Catholic School, St. Margaret Mary Cathoilic School, St. Margaret Mary School, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-06-26 94277 WTA 5DSR  Ford Highland Park Sales Office and Executive Garage : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Ford Highland Park Sales Office and Executive Garage, Highland Park, Michigan, Monochrome, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban Exploration 2016-06-26 94147 WTA 5DSR  Ford Highland Park Sales Office and Executive Garage : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Ford Highland Park Sales Office and Executive Garage, Highland Park, Michigan, Monochrome, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban Exploration
2016-06-26 94168 WTA 5DSR  Ford Highland Park Sales Office and Executive Garage : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Ford Highland Park Sales Office and Executive Garage, Highland Park, Michigan, Monochrome, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban Exploration 2016-06-26 94329 WTA 5DSR  Ford Highland Park Sales Office and Executive Garage : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Ford Highland Park Sales Office and Executive Garage, Highland Park, Michigan, Monochrome, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban Exploration 2016-06-26 94075 WTA 5DSR  Ford Highland Park Sales Office and Executive Garage : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Ford Highland Park Sales Office and Executive Garage, Highland Park, Michigan, Monochrome, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban Exploration 2016-06-26 94041 WTA 5DSR  Ford Highland Park Sales Office and Executive Garage : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Ford Highland Park Sales Office and Executive Garage, Highland Park, Michigan, Monochrome, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban Exploration 2016-06-26 93782 WTA 5DSR  Ford Highland Park Sales Office and Executive Garage : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Ford Highland Park Sales Office and Executive Garage, Highland Park, Michigan, Monochrome, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban Exploration
2016-06-26 93746 WTA 5DSR HDR 1  Ford Highland Park Sales Office and Executive Garage : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Ford Highland Park Sales Office and Executive Garage, Highland Park, Michigan, Monochrome, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban Exploration 2016-05-22 93558 WTA 5DSR  Harpo's Club : Abandoned, Abandoned Nightclub, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Detroit, Harpos, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-05-22 93555 WTA 5DSR : Abandoned, Abandoned Home, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Detroit, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-05-22 93339 WTA 5DSR : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban Exploration 2016-05-22 93308 WTA 5DSR : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban Exploration
2016-05-22 93305 WTA 5DSR  Fire Escape : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban Exploration 2016-05-22 93299 WTA 5DSR  Fire Escape : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban Exploration 2016-05-22 93287 WTA 5DSR  Fire Escape : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban Exploration 2016-05-19 23434 WTA 5DSR : Abandoned Motel, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Michigan, USA, United States, Upper Peninsula 2016-05-19 22801 WTA 5DSR  Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore is a U.S. National Lakeshore on the shore of Lake Superior in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, United States. It extends for 42 miles (67 km) along the shore and covers 73,236 acres (114 sq mi; 296 km2). The park offers spectacular scenery of the hilly shoreline between Munising, Michigan and Grand Marais, Michigan, with various rock formations like natural archways, waterfalls, and sand dunes. : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Lake Superior, Michigan, National Park, National Park Service, PIctured Rocks, Pictured Rocks National Lake Shore, Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, USA, United States, Upper Peninsula
2016-05-19 23422 WTA 5DSR : Abandoned Motel, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Michigan, USA, United States, Upper Peninsula 2016-05-16 21402 WTA 5DSR  Charleston South Carolina : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Michigan, Railroad Car, USA, United States 2016-05-16 21398 WTA 5DSR  Charleston South Carolina : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Michigan, Railroad Car, USA, United States 2016-05-16 21396 WTA 5DSR  Charleston South Carolina : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Michigan, Railroad Car, USA, United States 2016-04-15 20349 WTA 5DSR  Charleston South Carolina : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Charleston, Church, Church Steeple, Clock, Monochrome, Night Shot, Saint Michael's Church, South Carolina, USA, United States
2016-04-15 20381 WTA 5DSR  Charleston South Carolina : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Charleston, Monochrome, Night Shot, Pineapple Fountain, South Carolina, USA, United States 2016-04-15 20294 WTA 5DSR  Charleston South Carolina : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Charleston, Columns, Monochrome, Night Shot, Porch, South Carolina, USA, United States, Window 2016-04-15 20239 WTA 5DSR  Charleston South Carolina : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Charleston, Gate, Monochrome, Night Shot, South Carolina, USA, United States 2016-04-15 20192 WTA 5DSR  Charleston South Carolina : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Charleston, Church, Church Steeple, Clock, Monochrome, Night Shot, Saint Michael's Church, South Carolina, USA, United States 2016-04-15 20182 WTA 5DSR  Charleston South Carolina : ApMadoc, B&W, Bench, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Charleston, Clouds, Flag, House, Monochrome, Night Shot, Porch, South Carolina, USA, United States
2016-04-14 19922 WTA 5DSR  Saint Michaels Church, Charleston South Carolina : ApMadoc, B&W, Bannister, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Charleston, Monochrome, Saint Michael's Church, South Carolina, Stair Rail, USA, United States 2016-04-15 20158 WTA 5DSR  Charleston South Carolina : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Charleston, Cobblestone Street, Monochrome, Night Shot, South Carolina, USA, United States 2016-04-15 20143 WTA 5DSR  Charleston South Carolina : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Charleston, Cobblestone Street, Monochrome, Night Shot, South Carolina, USA, United States 2016-04-14 19892 WTA 5DSR  Charleston South Carolina : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Charleston, Columns, Door, Doors, Monochrome, Shutters, South Carolina, USA, United States, Windows 2016-04-11 18573 WTA 5DSR  South Carolina : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Bridge, Charleston, Magnolia Garden, Magnolia Plantation, Monochrome, South Carolina, Spanish Moss, USA, United States
2016-04-13 19651 WTA 5DSR  Charleston South Carolina : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Charleston, Folly Beach, Folly Beach Pier, Pier Supports, South Carolina, USA, United States 2016-04-11 18583 WTA 5DSR  South Carolina : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Charleston, Magnolia Garden, Magnolia Plantation, Monochrome, Reflection, South Carolina, Spanish Moss, USA, United States, Water 2016-03-27 93066 WTA 5DSR  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Dark, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, North America, Reflection, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-03-27 93065 WTA 5DSR HDR  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Dark, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, North America, Reflection, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-03-27 92947 WTA 5DSR HDR  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2016-02-21 87800 WTA 5DSR  Abandoned Homes : Abandoned, Abandoned Home, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-02-21 87797 WTA 5DSR  Abandoned Homes : Abandoned, Abandoned Home, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-02-21 87649 WTA 5DSR HDR  Ghosts of TV Past    Kelvinator Building   Being a very successful firm in the mid-1920s, Kelvinator’s management decided to erect a massive manufacturing plant and an impressive office building in a vacant area of Detroit.  The offices of the firm were to be located in the building you see.  The firm had the funds to spend generously on architectural details  - Eventually the building was used by Chrysler engineering, abandoned in 2009 : Abandoned, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Kelvinator, Kelvinator Building, Michigan, Monochrome, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-02-21 87770 WTA 5DSR HDR  Rewarding Faith Church : Abandoned, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, North America, Rewarding Faith Church, Stairs, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-02-21 87758 WTA 5DSR HDR  Rewarding Faith Church : Abandoned, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, North America, Rewarding Faith Church, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2016-02-21 87536 WTA 5DSR  Kelvinator Building - Being a very successful firm in the mid-1920s, Kelvinator’s management decided to erect a massive manufacturing plant and an impressive office building in a vacant area of Detroit.  The offices of the firm were to be located in the building you see.  The firm had the funds to spend generously on architectural details  - Eventually the building was used by Chrysler engineering, abandoned in 2009 : Abandoned, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Kelvinator, Kelvinator Building, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-02-21 87493 WTA 5DSR  Kelvinator Building - Being a very successful firm in the mid-1920s, Kelvinator’s management decided to erect a massive manufacturing plant and an impressive office building in a vacant area of Detroit.  The offices of the firm were to be located in the building you see.  The firm had the funds to spend generously on architectural details  - Eventually the building was used by Chrysler engineering, abandoned in 2009 : Abandoned, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Kelvinator, Kelvinator Building, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-02-20 86804 WTA 5DSR : Abandoned Retail, Abandoned Store, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Dark, Detroit, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-02-20 86720 WTA 5DSR : Abandoned Retail, Abandoned Store, ApMadoc, B&W, Bar, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Dark, Detroit, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-02-20 87132 WTA 5DSR : Abandoned Gas Station, ApMadoc, B&W, Bar, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Gas Station, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2016-02-20 87028 WTA 5DSR  Palace Cleaners : A&C Collision, Abandoned Retail, Abandoned Store, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Laundry, Michigan, North America, Palace Cleaners, Sign, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-02-20 86714 WTA 5DSR  Abandoned Home : Abandoned Building, Abandoned Home, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-02-20 86708 WTA 5DSR  Abandoned Home : Abandoned Building, Abandoned Home, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-01-29 86491 WTA 5DSR  Campus Martius Park, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, North America, USA, United States, United States of America 2016-01-29 86422 WTA 5DSR  Dime Building, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, North America, USA, United States, United States of America
2016-01-29 86413 WTA 5DSR  Caesars Casino, Windsor Ontario : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, North America, USA, United States, United States of America 2016-01-29 86400 WTA 5DSR  Renaissance Center - Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Building, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, North America, Office Building, Renaissance Center, USA, United States, United States of America 2016-01-29 86387 WTA 5DSR  Renaissance Center - Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Building, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, North America, Office Building, Renaissance Center, USA, United States, United States of America 2016-01-29 86365 WTA 5DSR  Renaissance Center - Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Building, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, North America, Office Building, Renaissance Center, USA, United States, United States of America 2016-01-29 86358 WTA 5DSR  Renaissance Center - Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Building, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, North America, Office Building, Renaissance Center, USA, United States, United States of America
2016-01-29 86301 WTA 5DSR  Renaissance Center - Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Building, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, North America, Office Building, Renaissance Center, USA, United States, United States of America 2016-01-29 86358 WTA 5DSR-Edit  Renaissance Center - Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Building, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, North America, Office Building, Renaissance Center, USA, United States, United States of America 2016-01-29 86329 WTA 5DSR  Renaissance Center - Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Building, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, North America, Office Building, Renaissance Center, USA, United States, United States of America 2016-01-26 86296 WTA 5DSR  Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital (NRPH) is located on a large (400+ acres) property on 7 Mile Road on the eastern side of the township. It was built in 1952 and was closed in 2003. As of 2011, the NRPH is standing and there are plans to demolish the buildings and clean the property. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, Abandoned State Hospital, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Decay, Michigan, Monochrome, Northville, Northville State Hospital, State Hospital, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Exploration 2016-01-26 86289 WTA 5DSR  Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital (NRPH) is located on a large (400+ acres) property on 7 Mile Road on the eastern side of the township. It was built in 1952 and was closed in 2003. As of 2011, the NRPH is standing and there are plans to demolish the buildings and clean the property. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, Abandoned State Hospital, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Decay, Gym, Gymnasium, Michigan, Monochrome, Northville, Northville State Hospital, State Hospital, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Exploration
2016-01-26 86254 WTA 5DSR  Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital (NRPH) is located on a large (400+ acres) property on 7 Mile Road on the eastern side of the township. It was built in 1952 and was closed in 2003. As of 2011, the NRPH is standing and there are plans to demolish the buildings and clean the property. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, Abandoned State Hospital, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Decay, Gym, Gymnasium, Michigan, Monochrome, Northville, Northville State Hospital, State Hospital, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Exploration 2016-01-26 86249 WTA 5DSR  Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital (NRPH) is located on a large (400+ acres) property on 7 Mile Road on the eastern side of the township. It was built in 1952 and was closed in 2003. As of 2011, the NRPH is standing and there are plans to demolish the buildings and clean the property. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, Abandoned State Hospital, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, DIshwasher, Decay, Michigan, Monochrome, Northville, Northville State Hospital, State Hospital, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Exploration 2016-01-26 86202 WTA 5DSR  Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital (NRPH) is located on a large (400+ acres) property on 7 Mile Road on the eastern side of the township. It was built in 1952 and was closed in 2003. As of 2011, the NRPH is standing and there are plans to demolish the buildings and clean the property. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, Abandoned State Hospital, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Decay, Michigan, Monochrome, Northville, Northville State Hospital, State Hospital, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Exploration 2016-01-26 86186 WTA 5DSR  Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital (NRPH) is located on a large (400+ acres) property on 7 Mile Road on the eastern side of the township. It was built in 1952 and was closed in 2003. As of 2011, the NRPH is standing and there are plans to demolish the buildings and clean the property. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, Abandoned State Hospital, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Decay, Michigan, Monochrome, Northville, Northville State Hospital, State Hospital, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Exploration 2016-01-26 86158 WTA 5DSR  Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital (NRPH) is located on a large (400+ acres) property on 7 Mile Road on the eastern side of the township. It was built in 1952 and was closed in 2003. As of 2011, the NRPH is standing and there are plans to demolish the buildings and clean the property. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, Abandoned State Hospital, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Decay, Michigan, Monochrome, Northville, Northville State Hospital, Operating Room, State Hospital, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Exploration
2016-01-26 86136 WTA 5DSR  Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital (NRPH) is located on a large (400+ acres) property on 7 Mile Road on the eastern side of the township. It was built in 1952 and was closed in 2003. As of 2011, the NRPH is standing and there are plans to demolish the buildings and clean the property. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, Abandoned State Hospital, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Decay, Michigan, Monochrome, Northville, Northville State Hospital, State Hospital, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Exploration 2016-01-26 86072 WTA 5DSR  Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital (NRPH) is located on a large (400+ acres) property on 7 Mile Road on the eastern side of the township. It was built in 1952 and was closed in 2003. As of 2011, the NRPH is standing and there are plans to demolish the buildings and clean the property. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, Abandoned State Hospital, ApMadoc, Auditorium, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Decay, Hospital, Michigan, Monochrome, Northville, Northville State Hospital, State Hospital, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Exploration, buildings, closed, demolish, eastern, large, nrph, property, psychiatric, regional, standing, township 2016-01-26 86088 WTA 5DSR  Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital (NRPH) is located on a large (400+ acres) property on 7 Mile Road on the eastern side of the township. It was built in 1952 and was closed in 2003. As of 2011, the NRPH is standing and there are plans to demolish the buildings and clean the property. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, Abandoned State Hospital, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Decay, Michigan, Monochrome, Northville, Northville State Hospital, State Hospital, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Exploration 2016-01-26 86010 WTA 5DSR  Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital (NRPH) is located on a large (400+ acres) property on 7 Mile Road on the eastern side of the township. It was built in 1952 and was closed in 2003. As of 2011, the NRPH is standing and there are plans to demolish the buildings and clean the property. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, Abandoned State Hospital, ApMadoc, Autopsy Room, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Decay, Michigan, Monochrome, Northville, Northville State Hospital, Operating Room, State Hospital, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Exploration 2016-01-26 85961 WTA 5DSR  Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital (NRPH) is located on a large (400+ acres) property on 7 Mile Road on the eastern side of the township. It was built in 1952 and was closed in 2003. As of 2011, the NRPH is standing and there are plans to demolish the buildings and clean the property. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, Abandoned State Hospital, ApMadoc, Autopsy Room, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Decay, Michigan, Monochrome, Northville, Northville State Hospital, Operating Room, State Hospital, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Exploration
2016-01-26 85957 WTA 5DSR  Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital (NRPH) is located on a large (400+ acres) property on 7 Mile Road on the eastern side of the township. It was built in 1952 and was closed in 2003. As of 2011, the NRPH is standing and there are plans to demolish the buildings and clean the property. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, Abandoned State Hospital, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Decay, Michigan, Monochrome, Morgue, Northville, Northville State Hospital, State Hospital, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Exploration 2016-01-26 85820 WTA 5DSR  Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital (NRPH) is located on a large (400+ acres) property on 7 Mile Road on the eastern side of the township. It was built in 1952 and was closed in 2003. As of 2011, the NRPH is standing and there are plans to demolish the buildings and clean the property. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, Abandoned State Hospital, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Decay, Michigan, Monochrome, Northville, Northville State Hospital, State Hospital, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Exploration 2016-01-26 85940 WTA 5DSR  Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital (NRPH) is located on a large (400+ acres) property on 7 Mile Road on the eastern side of the township. It was built in 1952 and was closed in 2003. As of 2011, the NRPH is standing and there are plans to demolish the buildings and clean the property. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, Abandoned State Hospital, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Decay, Michigan, Monochrome, Northville, Northville State Hospital, State Hospital, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Exploration 2016-01-26 85784 WTA 5DSR  Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital (NRPH) is located on a large (400+ acres) property on 7 Mile Road on the eastern side of the township. It was built in 1952 and was closed in 2003. As of 2011, the NRPH is standing and there are plans to demolish the buildings and clean the property. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, Abandoned State Hospital, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Decay, Michigan, Monochrome, Northville, Northville State Hospital, State Hospital, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Exploration 2016-01-26 85754 WTA 5DSR  Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital (NRPH) is located on a large (400+ acres) property on 7 Mile Road on the eastern side of the township. It was built in 1952 and was closed in 2003. As of 2011, the NRPH is standing and there are plans to demolish the buildings and clean the property. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, Abandoned State Hospital, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Decay, File Cabinet, Michigan, Monochrome, Northville, Northville State Hospital, State Hospital, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Exploration
2016-01-23 85737 WTA 5DSR : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Home, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-01-23 85731 WTA 5DSR : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Home, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-01-23 85725 WTA 5DSR : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Home, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-01-23 85722 WTA 5DSR : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Home, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-01-09 85413 WTA 5DSR  The David Whitney Building is a historic class-A skyscraper located at 1 Park Avenue (1550 Woodward Avenue from 1921 to 2014), on the northern edge of Downtown Detroit, Michigan, within the Grand Circus Park Historic District. The building stands on a wedge-shaped site at the junction of Park Avenue, Woodward Avenue, and Washington Boulevard. Construction on the 19-floor structure began in 1914.  The building is named for David Whitney Jr., a wealthy Detroiter who earned millions of dollars as a lumber baron dealing in white pine; his father was said to be the employer of Paul Bunyan. The structure was designed by Graham, Burnham & Co., the successor firm to the D.H. Burnham Company. It may be said that the building was designed in the "Daniel Burnham style", or perhaps, "inspired by Daniel Burnham". The first assertion that Daniel Burnham himself designed the building was made in a 1950s press article about the building's modernization, probably a misreading (or embellishment). Burnham died in 1912, two years before the project was announced, and no contemporary record gives any indication that he was involved with the design of the building prior to his death. : ApMadoc, Avenue, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Boulevard, Building, Bunyan, Burnham, Circus, Company, Detroit, Detroiter, District, Downtown, Graham, Grand, Historic, Michigan, Monochrome, Skyscraper, USA, United States, Washington, Whitney, Woodward, announced, article, assertion, building's, class-A, contemporary, design, embellishment, firm, first, gives, inspired, involved, junction, lumber, millions, modernization, northern, pine, project, site, stands, structure, style, successor, tudor ap, vintage, wealthy, wedge-shaped, white
2016-01-09 85405 WTA 5DSR : Alley, ApMadoc, B&W, Bars, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Brick, Broken Glass, Broken Window, Detroit, Glass, Graffiti, Iron Bar, Manhole, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States, Urban Decay, Windows 2016-01-09 85398 WTA 5DSR-2-2 : Alley, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Electrical, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States, Urban Decay 2016-01-09 85383 WTA 5DSR : ApMadoc, B&W, Bicycle Shop, Bicycles, Bike Shop, Bikes, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Detroit Bikes, Michigan, Monochrome, Shop, USA, United States, store 2016-01-09 85398 WTA 5DSR-3 : Alley, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Electrical, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States, Urban Decay 2016-01-09 85391 WTA 5DSR : Abandoned Piano, Alley, ApMadoc, B&W, Bars, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Brick, Broken Glass, Broken Window, Detroit, Glass, Graffiti, Iron Bar, Manhole, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration, Window
2016-01-09 85368 WTA 5DSR : ApMadoc, B&W, Bicycle Shop, Bicycles, Bike Shop, Bikes, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Detroit Bikes, Michigan, Monochrome, Shop, USA, United States, store 2015-12-13 84091 WTA 5DSR  Detroit Alley : Alley, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Brick, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States 2015-12-13 84097 WTA 5DSR  Detroit Alley : Abandoned Piano, Alley, ApMadoc, B&W, Bars, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Brick, Broken Glass, Broken Window, Detroit, Iron Bar, Michigan, Monochrome, Piano, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration, Windows 2015-12-13 84058 WTA 5DSR : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States 2015-11-22 83912 WTA 5DSR-Edit  Elmwood Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cemetery, Detroit, Elmwood, Elmwood Cemetery, Michigan, Monochrome, Snow, Snow Covered Trees, USA, United States
2015-11-22 83818 WTA 5DSR  Woodlawn Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cemetery, Detroit, Light Rays, Michigan, Monochrome, Shadow Rays, Shadows, Snow, Trees, USA, United States, Woodlawn, Woodlawn Cemetery 2015-11-22 83777 WTA 5DSR-Edit  Woodlawn Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, Rays, Snow, Trees, USA, United States, Woodlawn, Woodlawn Cemetery 2015-10-15 83741 WTA 5DSR HDR : ApMadoc, Archectural Details, B&W, Bank Vault, Bedrock, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Dan Gilbert, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States, Vault 2015-10-15 83732 WTA 5DSR HDR-Edit : ApMadoc, Archectural Details, B&W, Bank Vault, Bedrock, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Dan Gilbert, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States, Vault 2015-10-15 83691 WTA 5DSR HDR : ApMadoc, Archectural Details, B&W, Bank Vault, Bedrock, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Dan Gilbert, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States, Vault
2015-10-15 83632 WTA 5DSR-HDR : ApMadoc, Archectural Details, B&W, Bank Vault, Bedrock, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Dan Gilbert, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States, Vault 2015-10-15 83667 WTA 5DSR : ApMadoc, Archectural Details, B&W, Bank Vault, Bedrock, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Dan Gilbert, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States, Vault 2015-10-15 83616 WTA 5DSR : ApMadoc, Archectural Details, Architecture, B&W, Bank Vault, Bedrock, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Dan Gilbert, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States, Vault 2015-09-19 79802 WTA 5DSR  The Pointe aux Barques Lighthouse ranks among the ten oldest lighthouses in Michigan. It is an active lighthouse maintained by the US Coast Guard remotely, located in Lighthouse County Park on Lake Huron near Port Hope, Michigan in Huron County. "Pointe aux Barques" means 'Point of Little Boats', a descriptor of the shallow shoals and reefs that lurk beneath these waves, presenting a hazard to boats as they round Michigan's Thumb : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Lake Huron, Light House, Lighthouse, Michigan, Michigan Thumb, Monochrome, Pointe aux Barques Light, Rural, Thumb, USA, United States 2015-09-19 79771 WTA 5DSR HDR  The Pointe aux Barques Lighthouse ranks among the ten oldest lighthouses in Michigan. It is an active lighthouse maintained by the US Coast Guard remotely, located in Lighthouse County Park on Lake Huron near Port Hope, Michigan in Huron County. "Pointe aux Barques" means 'Point of Little Boats', a descriptor of the shallow shoals and reefs that lurk beneath these waves, presenting a hazard to boats as they round Michigan's Thumb : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Lake Huron, Light House, Lighthouse, Michigan, Michigan Thumb, Monochrome, Pointe aux Barques Light, Rural, Thumb, USA, United States
2015-09-19 79507 WTA 5DSR : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Michigan, Michigan Thumb, Monochrome, Rural, Rural Decay, Thumb, USA, United States 2015-09-19 79762 WTA 5DSR-Edit  The Pointe aux Barques Lighthouse ranks among the ten oldest lighthouses in Michigan. It is an active lighthouse maintained by the US Coast Guard remotely, located in Lighthouse County Park on Lake Huron near Port Hope, Michigan in Huron County. "Pointe aux Barques" means 'Point of Little Boats', a descriptor of the shallow shoals and reefs that lurk beneath these waves, presenting a hazard to boats as they round Michigan's Thumb : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Lake Huron, Light House, Lighthouse, Michigan, Michigan Thumb, Monochrome, Pointe aux Barques Light, Rural, Spiral Staircase, Spiral Stairs, Thumb, USA, United States 2015-09-19 79420 WTA 5DSR : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Michigan, Michigan Thumb, Monochrome, One Room School House, Rural, Rural Decay, Thumb, USA, United States 2015-09-19 79459 WTA 5DSR : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Michigan, Michigan Thumb, Monochrome, Rural, Rural Decay, Thumb, USA, United States 2015-09-19 79138 WTA 5DSR : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Michigan, Michigan Thumb, Monochrome, Rural, Rural Decay, Thumb, USA, United States
2015-09-19 79349 WTA 5DSR : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Michigan, Michigan Thumb, Monochrome, One Room School House, Rural, Rural Decay, Thumb, USA, United States 2015-09-19 79077 WTA 5DSR : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Michigan, Michigan Thumb, Monochrome, Rural, Rural Decay, Thumb, USA, United States 2015-09-19 79028 WTA 5DSR : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Michigan, Michigan Thumb, Monochrome, Rural, Rural Decay, Thumb, USA, United States 2015-09-19 79016 WTA 5DSR : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Michigan, Michigan Thumb, Monochrome, Rural, Rural Decay, Thumb, USA, United States 2015-09-19 79007 WTA 5DSR : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Michigan, Michigan Thumb, Monochrome, Rural, Rural Decay, Thumb, USA, United States
2015-09-12 78715 WTA 5DSR  This is a Vernors sign fromt he 1940's era, it was covered up when a building was built next door.  That building was torn town week of September 10, 2015 rexposing the original Vernors sign : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration, Vernors, Vernors Sign 2015-09-12 78134 WTA 5DSR HDR  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-09-12 77800 WTA 5DSR  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, Monochrome, Shadow, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-08-22 76686 WTA 5DSR : ApMadoc, B&W, Barn, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Lenawee County, Michigan, Monochrome, Old Barn, USA 2015-08-22 76117 WTA 5DSR : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Lenawee County, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2015-08-04 74949 WTA 5DSR - pano - 56 images  Detroit Public Library - Main Branch - Panorama - Original is 22337 x 5284 : ApMadoc, Archectural Details, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, DPL, Detroit, Detroit Public LIbrary, Michigan, Monochrome, Panorama, Public Library, USA, United States 2015-08-09 75858 WTA 5DSR HDR  John Gray Branch, Detroit Public Library : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Library, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Detroit Public LIbrary, John Gray, John Gray Branch, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-08-04 75091 WTA 5DSR HDR  Detroit Public Library - Main Branch : ApMadoc, Archectural Details, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, DPL, Detroit, Detroit Public LIbrary, Michigan, Monochrome, Public Library, USA, United States 2015-08-04 75077 WTA 5DSR HDR  Detroit Public Library - Main Branch : ApMadoc, Archectural Details, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, DPL, Detroit, Detroit Public LIbrary, Michigan, Monochrome, Public Library, USA, United States 2015-08-04 74830 WTA 5DSR HDR  Detroit Public Library - Main Branch : ApMadoc, Archectural Details, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, DPL, Detroit, Detroit Public LIbrary, Michigan, Monochrome, Public Library, USA, United States
2015-05-31 73305 WTA 5DM3  Servite High School was one of the most modern Catholic schools on its opening, with overhead projectors, televisions, and a full-size gymnasium. Servite formed rivalries with several other Catholic schools, winning championships in football, basketball, and cross-country running. : Abandoned, Abandoned Church, Abandoned Piano, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-05-31 72957 WTA 5DM3 : Abandoned, Abandoned Piano, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-03-30 72503 WTA 5DM3 - pano - 6 images  Kolor stitching | 6 pictures | Size: 21297 x 3656 | Lens: Standard | RMS: 3.00 | FOV: 24.06 x 4.06 ~ 10.21 | Projection: Planar | Color: LDR | : ApMadoc, Arizona, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Landscape, Monochrome, Tudor, USA, United States 2015-05-03 73022 WTA 5DM3 : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cadillac Car Factory, Detroit, Hudson Motors, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-04-03 79026 WTA 5DM3 HDR  Lower Antelope Slot Canyon, Page Arizona : Antelope Canyon, Antelope Slot Canyon, ApMadoc, Arizona, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Landscape, Lower Antelope Slot Canyon, Monochrome, Page, Slot Canyon, Tudor, USA, United States
2015-04-03 78397 WTA 5DM3- HDR  Lower Antelope Slot Canyon, Page Arizona : Antelope Canyon, Antelope Slot Canyon, ApMadoc, Arizona, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Landscape, Lower Antelope Slot Canyon, Monochrome, Page, Slot Canyon, Tudor, USA, United States 2015-04-03 78322 WTA 5DM3 HDR  Lower Antelope Slot Canyon, Page Arizona : Antelope Canyon, Antelope Slot Canyon, ApMadoc, Arizona, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Landscape, Lower Antelope Slot Canyon, Monochrome, Page, Slot Canyon, Tudor, USA, United States 2015-04-03 78254 WTA 5DM3  Lower Antelope Slot Canyon, Page Arizona : Antelope Canyon, Antelope Slot Canyon, ApMadoc, Arizona, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Landscape, Lower Antelope Slot Canyon, Monochrome, Page, Slot Canyon, Tudor, USA, United States 2015-04-01 75657 WTA 5DM3  Monument Valley (Navajo: Tsé Biiʼ Ndzisgaii, meaning valley of the rocks) is a region of the Colorado Plateau characterized by a cluster of vast sandstone buttes, the largest reaching 1,000 ft (300 m) above the valley floor. It is located on the Arizona-Utah state line (around 36°59′N 110°6′WCoordinates: 36°59′N 110°6′W), near the Four Corners area. The valley lies within the range of the Navajo Nation Reservation and is accessible from U.S. Highway 163.  Monument Valley has been featured in many forms of media since the 1930s. Director John Ford used the location for a number of his best-known films, and thus, in the words of critic Keith Phipps, "its five square miles have defined what decades of moviegoers think of when they imagine the American West." : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Landscape, Monochrome, Monument Valley, Tudor, USA, United States, Utah 2015-04-03 78142 WTA 5DM3 HDR  Lower Antelope Slot Canyon, Page Arizona : Antelope Canyon, Antelope Slot Canyon, ApMadoc, Arizona, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Landscape, Lower Antelope Slot Canyon, Monochrome, Page, Slot Canyon, Tudor, USA, United States
2015-03-30 72584 WTA 5DM3 : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Landscape, Monochrome, Monument Valley, Sunset, Tudor, USA, United States, Utah 2015-03-30 72258 WTA 5DM3 : ApMadoc, Arizona, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Dead Tree, Landscape, Monochrome, National Monument, National Park, Old Tree, Sunset Crater Volcano, Tree, Tudor, USA, United States 2015-03-20 71985 WTA 5DM3  The Ohio State Reformatory (OSR), also known as the Mansfield Reformatory, is a historic prison located in Mansfield, Ohio in the United States. It was built between 1886 and 1910 and remained in operation until a 1990 federal court ruling (the 'Boyd Consent Decree') ordered the facility to be closed. While this facility was used in a number of films (including several while the facility was still in operation), TV shows and music videos, it was made famous by the film The Shawshank Redemption (1994) when it was used in a long panning scene and scenes in the Warden's office. : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Former Prison, Levi T. Scofield, Mansfield, Mansfield Reformatory, Monochrome, Movie Location, Ohio, Ohio State Reformatory, Prison, Shawshank, Shawshank Prison, Shawshank Redemption, USA, United States 2015-03-20 71945 WTA 5DM3  The Ohio State Reformatory (OSR), also known as the Mansfield Reformatory, is a historic prison located in Mansfield, Ohio in the United States. It was built between 1886 and 1910 and remained in operation until a 1990 federal court ruling (the 'Boyd Consent Decree') ordered the facility to be closed. While this facility was used in a number of films (including several while the facility was still in operation), TV shows and music videos, it was made famous by the film The Shawshank Redemption (1994) when it was used in a long panning scene and scenes in the Warden's office. : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Former Prison, Levi T. Scofield, Mansfield, Mansfield Reformatory, Monochrome, Movie Location, Ohio, Ohio State Reformatory, Prison, Shawshank, Shawshank Prison, Shawshank Redemption, USA, United States 2015-03-20 71943 WTA 5DM3  The Ohio State Reformatory (OSR), also known as the Mansfield Reformatory, is a historic prison located in Mansfield, Ohio in the United States. It was built between 1886 and 1910 and remained in operation until a 1990 federal court ruling (the 'Boyd Consent Decree') ordered the facility to be closed. While this facility was used in a number of films (including several while the facility was still in operation), TV shows and music videos, it was made famous by the film The Shawshank Redemption (1994) when it was used in a long panning scene and scenes in the Warden's office. : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Former Prison, Levi T. Scofield, Mansfield, Mansfield Reformatory, Monochrome, Movie Location, Ohio, Ohio State Reformatory, Prison, Shadws, Shawshank, Shawshank Prison, Shawshank Redemption, USA, United States
2015-03-20 71916 WTA 5DM3  The Ohio State Reformatory (OSR), also known as the Mansfield Reformatory, is a historic prison located in Mansfield, Ohio in the United States. It was built between 1886 and 1910 and remained in operation until a 1990 federal court ruling (the 'Boyd Consent Decree') ordered the facility to be closed. While this facility was used in a number of films (including several while the facility was still in operation), TV shows and music videos, it was made famous by the film The Shawshank Redemption (1994) when it was used in a long panning scene and scenes in the Warden's office. : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Former Prison, Levi T. Scofield, Mansfield, Mansfield Reformatory, Monochrome, Movie Location, Ohio, Ohio State Reformatory, Prison, Shawshank, Shawshank Prison, Shawshank Redemption, USA, United States 2015-03-20 71874 WTA 5DM3  The Ohio State Reformatory (OSR), also known as the Mansfield Reformatory, is a historic prison located in Mansfield, Ohio in the United States. It was built between 1886 and 1910 and remained in operation until a 1990 federal court ruling (the 'Boyd Consent Decree') ordered the facility to be closed. While this facility was used in a number of films (including several while the facility was still in operation), TV shows and music videos, it was made famous by the film The Shawshank Redemption (1994) when it was used in a long panning scene and scenes in the Warden's office. : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Former Prison, Levi T. Scofield, Mansfield, Mansfield Reformatory, Monochrome, Movie Location, Ohio, Ohio State Reformatory, Prison, Shawshank, Shawshank Prison, Shawshank Redemption, USA, United States 2015-03-20 71863 WTA 5DM3  The Ohio State Reformatory (OSR), also known as the Mansfield Reformatory, is a historic prison located in Mansfield, Ohio in the United States. It was built between 1886 and 1910 and remained in operation until a 1990 federal court ruling (the 'Boyd Consent Decree') ordered the facility to be closed. While this facility was used in a number of films (including several while the facility was still in operation), TV shows and music videos, it was made famous by the film The Shawshank Redemption (1994) when it was used in a long panning scene and scenes in the Warden's office. : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Former Prison, Levi T. Scofield, Mansfield, Mansfield Reformatory, Monochrome, Movie Location, Ohio, Ohio State Reformatory, Prison, Shawshank, Shawshank Prison, Shawshank Redemption, USA, United States 2015-03-20 71789 WTA 5DM3  The Ohio State Reformatory (OSR), also known as the Mansfield Reformatory, is a historic prison located in Mansfield, Ohio in the United States. It was built between 1886 and 1910 and remained in operation until a 1990 federal court ruling (the 'Boyd Consent Decree') ordered the facility to be closed. While this facility was used in a number of films (including several while the facility was still in operation), TV shows and music videos, it was made famous by the film The Shawshank Redemption (1994) when it was used in a long panning scene and scenes in the Warden's office. : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Former Prison, Levi T. Scofield, Mansfield, Mansfield Reformatory, Monochrome, Movie Location, Ohio, Ohio State Reformatory, Prison, Shawshank, Shawshank Prison, Shawshank Redemption, USA, United States 2015-03-20 71814 WTA 5DM3 HDR  The Ohio State Reformatory (OSR), also known as the Mansfield Reformatory, is a historic prison located in Mansfield, Ohio in the United States. It was built between 1886 and 1910 and remained in operation until a 1990 federal court ruling (the 'Boyd Consent Decree') ordered the facility to be closed. While this facility was used in a number of films (including several while the facility was still in operation), TV shows and music videos, it was made famous by the film The Shawshank Redemption (1994) when it was used in a long panning scene and scenes in the Warden's office. : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Former Prison, Levi T. Scofield, Mansfield, Mansfield Reformatory, Monochrome, Movie Location, Ohio, Ohio State Reformatory, Prison, Shawshank, Shawshank Prison, Shawshank Redemption, USA, United States
2015-03-20 71814 WTA 5DM3 HDR 1  The Ohio State Reformatory (OSR), also known as the Mansfield Reformatory, is a historic prison located in Mansfield, Ohio in the United States. It was built between 1886 and 1910 and remained in operation until a 1990 federal court ruling (the 'Boyd Consent Decree') ordered the facility to be closed. While this facility was used in a number of films (including several while the facility was still in operation), TV shows and music videos, it was made famous by the film The Shawshank Redemption (1994) when it was used in a long panning scene and scenes in the Warden's office. : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Former Prison, Levi T. Scofield, Mansfield, Mansfield Reformatory, Monochrome, Movie Location, Ohio, Ohio State Reformatory, Prison, Shawshank, Shawshank Prison, Shawshank Redemption, USA, United States 2015-03-20 71745 WTA 5DM3 HDR  The Ohio State Reformatory (OSR), also known as the Mansfield Reformatory, is a historic prison located in Mansfield, Ohio in the United States. It was built between 1886 and 1910 and remained in operation until a 1990 federal court ruling (the 'Boyd Consent Decree') ordered the facility to be closed. While this facility was used in a number of films (including several while the facility was still in operation), TV shows and music videos, it was made famous by the film The Shawshank Redemption (1994) when it was used in a long panning scene and scenes in the Warden's office. : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Family, Former Prison, Levi T. Scofield, Mansfield, Mansfield Reformatory, Monochrome, Movie Location, Ohio, Ohio State Reformatory, Prison, Shawshank, Shawshank Prison, Shawshank Redemption, USA, United States 2015-03-15 71142 WTA 5DM3 HDR  Construction started on the permanent location of St. Agnes, with the school built in 1916, and the convent a year later. After considering several possibilities for a sanctuary, the parish chose a gothic design by the firm of Van Leyen, Schilling, Keough, and Reynolds, and started work in 1922. The cornerstone of the church was laid in a ceremony on September 10 by Bishop Michael James Gallagher; construction of the 1,500 seat sanctuary was completed in 1924, and the church was dedicated on June 1st. Later in the year the church took delivery of a custom-built pipe organ by the firm of Casavant Frères, Opus #1035. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Catholic Church, Decay, Detroit, HDR, Michigan, Monochrome, Saint Agnes, St. Agnes Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-03-15 71058 WTA 5DM3 HDR  Former Masonic Temple - Dexter Avenue, Detroit : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Masonic Temple, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Decay, Detroit, HDR, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-03-15 70936 WTA 5DM3  Boblo Island Boat Dock Warehouse : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Door, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Boblo Island Dock Warehouse, Decay, Detroit, Door, Graffiti, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2015-03-15 70847 WTA 5DM3  Boblo Island Boat Dock Warehouse : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Boblo Island Dock Warehouse, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-03-15 70817 WTA 5DM3  Boblo Island Boat Dock Warehouse : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Boblo Island Dock Warehouse, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-03-15 70810 WTA 5DM3  Boblo Island Boat Dock Warehouse : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Boblo Island Dock Warehouse, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-03-15 70796 WTA 5DM3  Boblo Island Boat Dock Warehouse : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Boblo Island Dock Warehouse, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-03-14 70761 WTA 5DM3  The David Whitney Building is a historic class-A skyscraper located at 1 Park Avenue (1550 Woodward Avenue from 1921 to 2014), on the northern edge of Downtown Detroit, Michigan, within the Grand Circus Park Historic District. The building stands on a wedge-shaped site at the junction of Park Avenue, Woodward Avenue, and Washington Boulevard. Construction on the 19-floor structure began in 1914. : ApMadoc, Architectural Details, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, David Whitney Building, Detroit, Historic Building, Michigan, Monochrome, Office Building, USA, United States, Wayne County
2015-03-14 70748 WTA 5DM3  The David Whitney Building is a historic class-A skyscraper located at 1 Park Avenue (1550 Woodward Avenue from 1921 to 2014), on the northern edge of Downtown Detroit, Michigan, within the Grand Circus Park Historic District. The building stands on a wedge-shaped site at the junction of Park Avenue, Woodward Avenue, and Washington Boulevard. Construction on the 19-floor structure began in 1914. : ApMadoc, Architectural Details, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, David Whitney Building, Detroit, Historic Building, Michigan, Monochrome, Office Building, USA, United States, Wayne County 2015-03-14 70632 WTA 5DM3 HDR  The David Whitney Building is a historic class-A skyscraper located at 1 Park Avenue (1550 Woodward Avenue from 1921 to 2014), on the northern edge of Downtown Detroit, Michigan, within the Grand Circus Park Historic District. The building stands on a wedge-shaped site at the junction of Park Avenue, Woodward Avenue, and Washington Boulevard. Construction on the 19-floor structure began in 1914. : ApMadoc, Architectural Details, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, David Whitney Building, Detroit, HDR, Historic Building, Michigan, Monochrome, Office Building, USA, United States, Wayne County WTA IMG 2015 02 07 - 0857 : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Michigan, Monochrome, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, Snow, Tahquamenon Falls State Park, USA, United States, Upper Peninsula, Winter 2014-12-07 67725 WTA 5DM3  Hudson Body Plant .  Located at the corner of Conner and Gratiot Avenues, the plant was designed by famed architect Albert Kahn (who also designed Hudson's main factory) and was built in 1925 for a Hudson supplier. Hudson purchased the building in the late 1920's. Hudson bodies were fabricated in the building, then trucked down the street to the main assembly plant on Jefferson Avenue. Hudson closed the plant when they ended operations in Detroit in 1954. In 1956, General Motors purchased the building and it served as a Cadillac stamping plant until the Poletown plant opened in 1985. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Auto Factory, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Cadillac, Cadillac Car Factory, Decay, Detroit, General Motors, Hudson Motors, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-12-28 68275 WTA 5DM3 HDR  Hudson Body Plant .  Located at the corner of Conner and Gratiot Avenues, the plant was designed by famed architect Albert Kahn (who also designed Hudson's main factory) and was built in 1925 for a Hudson supplier. Hudson purchased the building in the late 1920's. Hudson bodies were fabricated in the building, then trucked down the street to the main assembly plant on Jefferson Avenue. Hudson closed the plant when they ended operations in Detroit in 1954. In 1956, General Motors purchased the building and it served as a Cadillac stamping plant until the Poletown plant opened in 1985. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Cadillac Car Factory, Dark, Decay, Detroit, HDR, Hudson Motors, Michigan, Monochrome, Reflection, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2014-12-07 67568 WTA 5DM3-Edit  Hudson Body Plant .  Located at the corner of Conner and Gratiot Avenues, the plant was designed by famed architect Albert Kahn (who also designed Hudson's main factory) and was built in 1925 for a Hudson supplier. Hudson purchased the building in the late 1920's. Hudson bodies were fabricated in the building, then trucked down the street to the main assembly plant on Jefferson Avenue. Hudson closed the plant when they ended operations in Detroit in 1954. In 1956, General Motors purchased the building and it served as a Cadillac stamping plant until the Poletown plant opened in 1985. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Auto Factory, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Cadillac, Cadillac Car Factory, Decay, Detroit, General Motors, Hudson Motors, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-12-07 66573 WTA 5DM3  Crockett High School, Detroit, Michigan : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, Abandoned School Building, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Crockett High School, Crockett School, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Detroit Public Schools, Michigan, Monochrome, Shadow, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-12-07 67203 WTA 5DM3  M. M. Rose School  The M. M. Rose School, built in 1897 and one of the oldest standing schools in Detroit.  Perhaps 35 years ago the old Rose Elementary School on Van Dyke, between Gratiot and I94, was closed and a replacement (now also closed) was built just to the west of Kettering HS : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Door, Abandoned School, Abandoned School Building, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Decay, Detroit, Detroit Public Schools, Door, M.M. Rose School, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-12-07 67542 WTA 5DM3 HDR  Hudson Body Plant .  Located at the corner of Conner and Gratiot Avenues, the plant was designed by famed architect Albert Kahn (who also designed Hudson's main factory) and was built in 1925 for a Hudson supplier. Hudson purchased the building in the late 1920's. Hudson bodies were fabricated in the building, then trucked down the street to the main assembly plant on Jefferson Avenue. Hudson closed the plant when they ended operations in Detroit in 1954. In 1956, General Motors purchased the building and it served as a Cadillac stamping plant until the Poletown plant opened in 1985. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Auto Factory, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Cadillac, Cadillac Car Factory, Decay, Detroit, General Motors, HDR, Hudson Motors, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-12-07 67428 WTA 5DM3 HDR  Hudson Body Plant .  Located at the corner of Conner and Gratiot Avenues, the plant was designed by famed architect Albert Kahn (who also designed Hudson's main factory) and was built in 1925 for a Hudson supplier. Hudson purchased the building in the late 1920's. Hudson bodies were fabricated in the building, then trucked down the street to the main assembly plant on Jefferson Avenue. Hudson closed the plant when they ended operations in Detroit in 1954. In 1956, General Motors purchased the building and it served as a Cadillac stamping plant until the Poletown plant opened in 1985. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Auto Factory, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Cadillac, Cadillac Car Factory, Decay, Detroit, General Motors, HDR, Hudson Motors, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2014-11-30 65113 WTA 5DM3  Sherrill Elementary School, Detroit : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, Abandoned School Building, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Decay, Detroit, Detroit Public Schools, Michigan, Monochrome, Sherrill Elementary School, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-11-29 63789 WTA 5DM3  Former Highland Park Municipal Offices : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Decay, Detroit, Highland Park Municipal Offices, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-11-29 63776 WTA 5DM3  Former Highland Park Municipal Offices : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Decay, Detroit, Highland Park Municipal Offices, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-11-29 63692 WTA 5DM3  Harry B. Hutchins Intermediate School, located on the north side of Detroit, was part of a new wave of education in the city when it opened in 1922.    Despite the strong academic performance of the school, enrollment continued to decline. In 2007, the Hutchins program and its 372 students were moved to the newer McMichael School on McGraw and 16th Streets, about 20 blocks southwest. Many parents decided to switch schools rather than have their children walking such a long distance through dilapidated neighborhoods. The Hutchins building became the new home for the Crosman Alternative School, which moved out of their old building a few blocks away. The program started out with 309 students in 2007, but had fallen to 229 students by 2009. Crosman at Hutchins closed that year. Two years later in 2011, the once successful Hutchins at McMichael program closed as well.  Scrappers found their way into the building in the summer of 2013, and within a few months had stripped it clean of most of its metal. : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, Abandoned School Building, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Crosman Alternative School, Decay, Detroit, Detroit Public Schools, Hutchins Intermediate, Hutchins Intermediate / Crosman Alternative School, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-11-29 63653 WTA 5DM3  Harry B. Hutchins Intermediate School, located on the north side of Detroit, was part of a new wave of education in the city when it opened in 1922.    Despite the strong academic performance of the school, enrollment continued to decline. In 2007, the Hutchins program and its 372 students were moved to the newer McMichael School on McGraw and 16th Streets, about 20 blocks southwest. Many parents decided to switch schools rather than have their children walking such a long distance through dilapidated neighborhoods. The Hutchins building became the new home for the Crosman Alternative School, which moved out of their old building a few blocks away. The program started out with 309 students in 2007, but had fallen to 229 students by 2009. Crosman at Hutchins closed that year. Two years later in 2011, the once successful Hutchins at McMichael program closed as well.  Scrappers found their way into the building in the summer of 2013, and within a few months had stripped it clean of most of its metal. : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, Abandoned School Building, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Crosman Alternative School, Decay, Detroit, Detroit Public Schools, Hutchins Intermediate, Hutchins Intermediate / Crosman Alternative School, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2014-11-23 63019 WTA 5DM3  St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church and school located on the east side of Detroit, rose and fell with the fortunes of the city. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Church, Abandoned Door, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Catholic Church, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Door, Michigan, Monochrome, Shadow, St. Margaret Mary Cathoilic Church, St. Margaret Mary Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-11-29 63270 WTA 5DM3  Lee Plaza (Also known as the Lee Plaza Hotel or Lee Plaza Apartments) is a vacant high-rise apartment building in Detroit, Michigan... The building was designed by Charles Noble and constructed in 1929, it rises to 15 floors and is an excellent example of Art Deco architecture of the 1920s.     First built as an ornate high rise hotel along West Grand Boulevard, Lee Plaza was an upscale apartment with hotel services. Decorated with sculpture and tile outside, the structure rivaled the Book-Cadillac Hotel and Statler Hotel for architectural notice in Detroit during the 1920s. After economic contraction, the apartment's ownership changed several times, being used as a Senior Citizen's complex before finally closing as a residence in the early 1990s. During its years of vacancy, much of the artwork, internal wiring, fixtures and valuable material has been removed illegally by scavengers. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hotel, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Decay, Detroit, Lee Plaza, Lee Plaza Apartments, Lee Plaza Hotel, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration